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Martin_DetaiLED
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Selecting a Bucket by Name

I have several buckets that I use for managing projects. I would like to create a Flow that creates tasks into the buckets. Is there a way to run a flow and allow the end-user to select which bucket they want the tasks created in?

 

Or, is there a way I can enter the bucket name and get the ID to use for adding tasks?

 

Thanks

Martin

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AlanPs1
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Hi @Martin_DetaiLED .

Thanks for your post.

Would you mind elaborating on what method an end user would use to choose a bucket and post a picture of your Flow please?

 

You say "I would like to create a Flow that creates tasks into the buckets", that's pretty straight forward out the box or a more advanced process here - https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Flow-Community-Blog/Create-Planner-Task-and-Include-At...

 

I can see 2 actions that link to your request and should help, please see below:Capture-381.png

You can get the ID's in this way if that helps?

 

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Any other questions, just ask.

Thanks, Alan


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