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Forms to Email and Planner with a condition

I am trying to get a flow that will take the responses from a form and split it into two actions based on the answer to the question "recurring or ad hoc request?" 

I have gotten it to send me the email responses (outside of the form response) but it is not recognizing the condition. It is sending all of them as ad hoc requests. 

I have tried about five different ways to do it- suggestions on how to get it to split? Do I just need to create two separate flows? Thanks! 

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v-yamao-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

What’s the field type of Recurring?

I guess it is of type Choice. So I have added a Choice type field named as Selection in the form which contains two selections, “Recurring” and “ad hoc request”

Then I configured the flow likes below. The condition is dynamic content Selection is equal to Recurring.

It is working as expected. If the selection is “Recurring”, it will move on to the action Send an email under If yes branch. If the selection is “ad hot request”, it will move on to the action Send an email under if no branch.

By the way, flow is case sensitive. If it is “recurring” in the form, in the flow condition, you should also use “recurring” instead of “Recurring”.

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Best regards,

Mabel

 

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v-yamao-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

What’s the field type of Recurring?

I guess it is of type Choice. So I have added a Choice type field named as Selection in the form which contains two selections, “Recurring” and “ad hoc request”

Then I configured the flow likes below. The condition is dynamic content Selection is equal to Recurring.

It is working as expected. If the selection is “Recurring”, it will move on to the action Send an email under If yes branch. If the selection is “ad hot request”, it will move on to the action Send an email under if no branch.

By the way, flow is case sensitive. If it is “recurring” in the form, in the flow condition, you should also use “recurring” instead of “Recurring”.

1.PNG2.PNG

 

Best regards,

Mabel

 

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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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