Hi there Flow world! looking to expand on my knowledge. here is where i need some expertise.
here is how i envision it.
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I think you're on the right path. I attach an example where I do a similar task, creating an item in SharePoint lists depending on the equipment requested by an employee:
Hope it helps!
You can use the create different list for different client and then, in your PowerAutomate you can use the "switch" condition and create an item to respective in list.
Note: in Form I have a Choice Question with which you can select the client
Form screenshot below
Power Automate solution below-
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Hi, this is great, i am a bit stuck
Could you share a screenshot of your flow? Surely it will help us to guide you.
Apart from that, yes, in each case option you will create an item in the specific sharepoint site you want to store that information.
You should remove the first "apply to each".
Please, have a look at the screenshots provided by @CFernandes and myself, where you will see that after the "When a response is submitted" action, we call the "get response details" without using an "apply to each".
Hope it helps!
bingo:) now......question 2. within the create item field do i link the each case to its respective list? ie: one to vita coco list , case 2 could be the next clients list etc etc
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