Here's how my Flow is supposed to run:
A member of the organization submits a Form > Power Automate creates a Planner Task, filling it out using the information from the form > Once the task is completed, the responder receives an email saying the task associated with the form they submitted is complete.
The first two steps work perfectly, but the response step is where I'm having the issue.
The Trigger is too general. The Flow's precision goes from Campus (List) > Stage (Bucket) > Issue (Task). I need the Trigger to be more precise so that when that specific task is finished, it triggers the next steps. The problem with the Trigger being too general is that if multiple people submit forms for 1 list, when one of the tasks in the list is marked complete every one of those people get an email.
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Could you split the current flow into two flows?
But how would it trigger when a specific task is completed? That trigger is too general, because it goes when any task in the plan is completed
This works!! My only question now is how can the flow go back when the condition returns false? Is there a do-while loop, maybe?
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