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How to redirect a Microsoft form user to a different URL using Power Automate

I'm building a Flow which would redirect someone that fills out a rating score in Microsoft Form to a certain website or other Microsoft Form depending on the rating they gave. For example if they rate a 7 or higher I want to redirect them to a website, but if they score 6 or less I want to redirect them to another form where they give more details as to why they were not satisfied. I'm not sure how to do this and I would appreciate any help. This is what I have so far

 

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ChristianAbata
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hi @Anonymous  what you can do is send an email and send the link inside



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ChristianAbata
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hi @Anonymous  what you can do is send an email and send the link inside



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I was thinking of that as a work around but I wanted to automatically redirect the user. Is that just not possible through Power Automate?

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