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hm23
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Form Branching and Power Automate Flow

Hi all! I am seeking guidance on how to create a flow based on the answer of a branched Microsoft Form. I have created forms with yes/no questions, with branching conditional on the answers. 

 

If the answers are left blank, they require no action. If they are completed, it indicates a product problem I'd like to elevate with an email notification. 

 

I've attempted to create conditions based on the dynamic content of the Form (i.e. "null" or "body" for the specific form questions) but am left stumped.  Does anyone have any advice they could give me regarding selective email notifications?

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chsanche
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Hi @hm23 

 

If I understand correctly, you want to send an email or not, depending on the answer coming from MS Forms right? It that is the case, you can evaluate the answer with a condition in Flow, then you can select what you want to perform if the evaluation is true or false.

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