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Multiple Choice Form thru Flow to Power BI as separate data entries

I have created a Microsoft Form that has many questions with multiple choice. I have created a Flow to connect Form to Power BI. But My multiple choice responses are as one response, but I want them as separate responses within Power BI.

 

 
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Forms_to_PowerBI_1.png

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Hi @DaleD ,

 

Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

1.png

The schema in the Parse JSON as below:

{
    "type": "array",
    "items": {
        "type": "string"
    }
}

 

 

Best regards,

Alice       

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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I have modified my flow according to your suggestion, but still get undesired results:

 

Here is my new flow:

Forms_to_PowerBI_2.png

 

Here are the results:

RealTimeDataFlow_DesigSoftware1.png

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Hi @DaleD did you manage to resolve this? I have the same question!

Hi @JudithL I have not resolved this. I have watched many videos and have asked this same question in different ways trying to get this resolved. This would be very powerful.

New Member

@DaleD Ok thanks for the update Dale! I'll keep trying too and let you know if I get anywhere 🙂

New Member

@DaleD I posted a similar question on the PowerBI help thread yesterday and got an answer which helped me 🙂 Link to the thread is here.

 

It basically is a power query you perform on the data once it is in PowerBI! It worked great for me -any questions let me know 🙂

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