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Manual select items from a Sharepoint list

Hello everyone,

 

I'm trying to create a Manually triggered flow with multiple separated manual inputs. The flow is used for inserting the working hours on different projects. 

I created a manually triggered flow, where a user (every user has it's own trigger) can select the date, the working hours, the name of the project and insert a comment. He also needs to select the client. Since the client list is update every day, I'd like to make a Sharepoint list of clients and allow the user to select the client name from the list. Everything alltogether needs to be created as a new row in a second list (this part works ok).

Is there a possibility to make a double manual input from a list (not enter the data manually, but select)?

Thanks

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Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Hi,

We do the following:

1. SharePoint List of Clients

2. SharePoint List of Projects -> Lookup to Clients List for Client

3. SharePoint List for Submitting Time i.e. Billing Submit -> Lookup for Clients and Projects with cascading drop down (plumsail forms but you could use power apps)

 

This way you just create when item is created flows and do what you need. Seem's not practical to use flow as a form.

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Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Hi,

We do the following:

1. SharePoint List of Clients

2. SharePoint List of Projects -> Lookup to Clients List for Client

3. SharePoint List for Submitting Time i.e. Billing Submit -> Lookup for Clients and Projects with cascading drop down (plumsail forms but you could use power apps)

 

This way you just create when item is created flows and do what you need. Seem's not practical to use flow as a form.

View solution in original post

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