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MikeNJ00
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Help Building a Conditional Flow Based on Column Change in SharePoint

I have a list with a drop down with 4 users.  I created a flow, that when a user is selected it will automatically send that user an email.  Now I also need to build a flow where if that dropdown is assigned to another user at a later time, then that new user will receive the email but I'm getting stuck on the logic, if anyone can please help. 

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Re: Help Building a Conditional Flow Based on Column Change in SharePoint

HI @MikeNJ00 

 

You can use the when an item is created or modified trigger and based on this trigger, whenever the dropdown is updated the flow will be triggered and then you can configure an email action accordigly. So every time the dropdown changes the flow triggers and sends an email to the address selected in the drop dow. Makes sense?

 

If you could share a screen shot of the flow you built so far, I mitght be able to assist you better. 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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MikeNJ00
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Re: Help Building a Conditional Flow Based on Column Change in SharePoint

So mine is a little complicated.  It's a PowerApps form where this field is autopopulated through Powerapps based on criteria on other fields, but you can change this field through quick edit mode in the SharePoint list.    The dropdown contains text for the users name.  So I created a flow to alert the user orginally by setting up 4 conditions when the item is created.  And when that user is populated originally the flow kicks off an email based on that as you can see below.  Or maybe it's not complicated and I can easily add this trigger in?

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