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DaveKoni
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Get a Bucket ID from a Bucket Name

Hello, I have a team that has a Planner Template that they copy for each new proposal that they are writing. I want to create a flow that automatically changes due dates. As there will be 6+ different due dates the best way I can identify a way to do this would be to place all tasks with the same due date into the same Bucket. The due date will come from a form that will trigger the flow

 

Since these planners are created by copying a "Template" planner I assume that the Bucket ID's change with each copy. So I am trying to develop a flow that can find the Bucket ID for a bucket based off its name. I can not seem to get the flow below to match the name of a bucket and then set the compose. What am I missing. Note I have tried putting the Bucket Name into a variable as well since it has spaces in the name, but I can not get it to work repetitively. 2021-01-30 13_40_42-Edit your flow _ Power Automate and 10 more pages - Work - Microsoft​ Edge.png

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Hi @DaveKoni 

 

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Above change the Value Id to value Name



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Hi @DaveKoni 

 

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Above change the Value Id to value Name



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DaveKoni
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@abm  Thanks. Side question. Users want to append the title of all cards with the name of the project they are working on. Any suggestions to accomplish this? 

Hi @DaveKoni 

 

Are you referring to List my tasks?



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Yes I figured I would use a for each on list tasks but not sure how I would capture the existing task name and the append something onto the end. 

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