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Anonymous
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Forms and Flow

Hello,

 

Is there anything like conditional notification available? 

I'm new to flow/microsoft forms, I've been trying to create a flow to do the following:

I need it to send an e-mail with my forms responses attached as a pdf  based on my forms response.

There is gonna be an e-mail for every choice. If 2 choices are choosen it sends e-mails to both e-mails related to the question response.

Example:

Question 1:

Choice X

Choice Y 

Choice Z

 

I tried creating a flow but it keeps failing and I didn't quite understand the process.

I'd appreciate guidance through the process.

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Dynamic content seems to meet your needs, you just need to fill the Dynamic content of the corresponding question in the To field of Send email notification action.

For the Multiple choice of Question2, you need to use the expression to get the email address contained in the answer.

Expression reference:

replace(replace(replace(replace(outputs('Compose'),'","',','), '["',''), '"]',''),',',';')

Image reference:

85.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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abm
Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Anonymous 

 

Here are some of the useful links.

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Flow-Discussion/When-a-Form-is-submitted-send-and-email-and-then-based-on/td-p/76099


https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Flows/Send-emails-to-different-people-based-on-a-form-response/td-p/175604

 

https://www.lsuhsc.edu/admin/it/helpdesk/office365/office365-flow-send-email.aspx

 

If you need any futher help please let me know.

 

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Yes you can do conditions based on each question on the form - please post a screenshot to understand how far you have gotten.

abm
Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Anonymous 

 

Thanks for the quick reply.

 

I haven't tried this out. Like @Gristy  mentioned please post a screenshot. We could look into this and let you know.

 

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Anonymous
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This is just an example, I have 30 possibilities. What I thought was basically using a Condition with an Or for every possibility but I'm not quite sure about it.

Not sure if it was clear enough though.

 

 

I don't believe this is the smartest way to do it but here is the screenshot: 

Sem título.png

 

 

 

 

Anonymous
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Great content, really helped me. The thing is, My forms has multiple choices like:

 

Question 1: Reminder, there's an e-mail associated for every item below (The respondent can only choose 1 option for this part)

Person x  (email@email.com)

Person y  (email1@email.com)

Person z (email2@email.com)

Question 2: (Multiple choices, Can choose person l, k and c).

Person l (email6@email.com)

Person k (email5@email.com)

Person c (email4@email.com)

 

Assuming that respondent chose person x for question 1 and l, k and c for question 2 I need it to send an e-mail for x, l, k, c. Whatever choice the respondent choose for both questions an e-mail has to be sent for every choice

 

Hope you understand! 

 

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Dynamic content seems to meet your needs, you just need to fill the Dynamic content of the corresponding question in the To field of Send email notification action.

For the Multiple choice of Question2, you need to use the expression to get the email address contained in the answer.

Expression reference:

replace(replace(replace(replace(outputs('Compose'),'","',','), '["',''), '"]',''),',',';')

Image reference:

85.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Anonymous
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Thank you very much for the hep guys!!!!!!!!!

 

Worked as I expected to. 

 

Look forward to learning much more about flow!           (:

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