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klitscher
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Have members of team approve flow

I am trying to build an approval flow in PowerAutomate where students submit a request through a form to have a campfire on campus and any member of my Team is able to approve or deny.  Rather than manually update in the flow every time my staff changes, is there a way to either 1) assign the approval to the team directly, or 2) pull a list of team members and parse them into the approver field?  I'm not sure if I'm asking the question correctly, but I'd like to automate as much of this as possible. Thanks in advance for any guidance you can provide.

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klitscher
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Thank you for your help - I did have that selected, but was running into problems getting the actual list of members of my team to send the approval to.  However, I have figured it out and will post the solution below in case someone else gets as stuck as I was:

 

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Shuvam-rpa
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@klitscher you can change the approval type to first to respond  and put all staff members in Assigned to field, So it send approval request to all staff members and any who is available that time can approve or reject the request.

 

check the below screenshot for your reference

 

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klitscher
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Thank you for your help - I did have that selected, but was running into problems getting the actual list of members of my team to send the approval to.  However, I have figured it out and will post the solution below in case someone else gets as stuck as I was:

 

klitscher_0-1664376981217.png

 

klitscher_1-1664377013957.png

 

klitscher_2-1664377054985.png

 

 

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