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Matching date from SPList

I'm not sure why this one is so complicated but i've tried multiple variations. 

 

I am trying to run a daily check for items within our list that match todays date to post a message in Teams. The date column is called "Check Out From" and is a date/time column. 

 

I just want to run a daily flow to look if any items have today date and post a Teams message with that items information.

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Re: Matching date from SPList

 

Hi @CWileyRRT ,

 

First, please run the Get items action without configuring Filter Query, and then check the internal name of Check Out From in the Body.

 

Second, copy the following expression to Filter Query to filter items. You need to replace the intername in the expression with the internal name obtained in the previous step.

 

intername ge '@{utcNow('yyyy-MM-ddT00:00:00Z')}' and intername lt '@{addDays(utcNow(),1,'yyyy-MM-ddT00:00:00Z')}'

 

Feel free to let us know if you have any questions about this method.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Re: Matching date from SPList

@CWileyRRT 

I guess the issue will be the column type Date Time , if you can use it as Date Only , you can try to filter  GET Items on:

 

Please check below:

 
 
 

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Re: Matching date from SPList

 

Hi @CWileyRRT ,

 

First, please run the Get items action without configuring Filter Query, and then check the internal name of Check Out From in the Body.

 

Second, copy the following expression to Filter Query to filter items. You need to replace the intername in the expression with the internal name obtained in the previous step.

 

intername ge '@{utcNow('yyyy-MM-ddT00:00:00Z')}' and intername lt '@{addDays(utcNow(),1,'yyyy-MM-ddT00:00:00Z')}'

 

Feel free to let us know if you have any questions about this method.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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