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NRGtim
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Outlook to Planner

Hi all

 

I have built a simple flow that creates and assigns a planner task to an individual when a email is received into a shared mailbox. 

 

It is working well however I want to add an exception if possible, is there a way it can be configured so it Does not create a task in planner if the email that mainly triggers it is a Calendar invite response?

 

Thanks in Ad

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v-bacao-msft
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Hi @NRGtim ,

 

Please refer to the following image to configure flow:

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Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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This worked great thanks @v-bacao-msft !

is there a way that the flow can create the planner task based on a standard planner template?

In this instance I want to be able to trigger the flow based on a email subject (eg “employment request”) and ideally the standard planner task will be created with defined checks within the task, such as advertise, shortlist, interview etc??

 

Thanks

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fchopo
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Super User II

Hello @NRGtim 

You could add a condition control before creating the planner task, and check if the email has some words like "accepted" or "rejected". In any case, I have tested something similar, and when a user accepts or declines the meeting invite sent from my account, my flow is not triggered, although the triggering action is "when a new email is received".

I mean that meeting invites are not processed as they were normal emails. Could you check it out too?

Regards,

Ferran

 

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v-bacao-msft
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Community Support

 

Hi @NRGtim ,

 

Please refer to the following image to configure flow:

76.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

This worked great thanks @v-bacao-msft !

is there a way that the flow can create the planner task based on a standard planner template?

In this instance I want to be able to trigger the flow based on a email subject (eg “employment request”) and ideally the standard planner task will be created with defined checks within the task, such as advertise, shortlist, interview etc??

 

Thanks

View solution in original post

 

Hi @NRGtim ,

 

Thank you for your reply! For another question, please consider creating a new post and provide more details about your requirements so that we could provide a proper workaround for you. 

If your previous problem has been resolved, please click "Accept as Solution" on the reply that describes how you were able to solve your issue!

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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