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Forms/Flow: Don't know how to properly "Filter Query" for RSVP answers

I am new with MS Forms and Flow so excuse me if i am very ignorant of basic things. I am trying to put together a Flow for a simple Form i created but i does not matter how much i try i cant call the correct Filter Query to have this flow working. I get stuck and i was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction. this is what i keep getting:

 

 

{
"status": 400,
"message": "Invalid filter clause\r\nclientRequestId: 10c36bed-49c6-4db7-8514-aea492705daf\r\nserviceRequestId: 3c958d82-58d4-4c2f-af58-28727fc990e7",
"source": "office365-wus.azconn-wus-01.p.azurewebsites.net"
}
 
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Hi @Acueva,

 

You can use the Filter query action to find the event which Subject is "Yes, I'll be there" or "Sorry, I can't make it", for example:

Annotation 2019-12-10 164808.png

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Hi @Acueva, I have only been able to reproduce that error when I've added in a space after the last apostrophe ' in the filter query. So make sure there is definitely no space after it.

FilterQuery-No-Space-After-Apostrophe.png

 Rob
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Thank you for your prompt answer, unfortunately i been out my town so it took me long to get back. I tried once again but I still have the same error, i believe this error is because i am using the wrong query for this form - RSVP. We need a RSVP meeting form so after users fill out the form Flow should send out to them a meeting invite and they can receive updates after any changes. Here what i still get and a capture of the form. Thank you2019-12-09 09_45_35-Edit your flow _ Microsoft Power Automate.jpg2019-12-09 09_46_13-Microsoft Forms.png

Hi @Acueva,

 

You can use the Filter query action to find the event which Subject is "Yes, I'll be there" or "Sorry, I can't make it", for example:

Annotation 2019-12-10 164808.png

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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