I am trying to send an email with a summary HTML table within it.
When items are retrieved from my SharePoint list, I have 2 conditions which they must have:
1 - Attendance column is equal to false
2 - House is equal to McCormack
I currently have:
For the create HTML table I have:
On triggering the flow, I get multiple emails with multiple duplicates in the table rather than a single table / email.
I don't understand why there are multiple tables and why I am getting duplicates.
The number of duplicates, 5 , happens to be the number of total entries in the SharePoint list before applying the condition.
I am guessing that it may have something to do with the apply to each, but I'm not sure how to get around this.
Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated.
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Extend your query under the Get items Filter Query. You don't need a loop to extract all the details if you using Create HTML table. Also you can do the expression replace under the HTML table element.
Try the following steps.
Thank you @abm
You solved the problem. Thank you so much for your initial replay and prompt response.
I really appreciate it.
Hallo @abm ,
I kind of have a similar problem. I have 3 sharepoint list :
- List 1 Make a offer (list collects how many offers)
- List 2 Offer accepted or not (How many accepeted and rejected)
- List 3 If offer accepted then send confimation email (Bascially completed offers list)
Have made flows for all these 3 list to update automatically
What i want is , to make a condition
Condition 1 : Custumor ID number of List 1 =List 2 (NOT SharePoint ID, customer ID is seperate)
Condition 2 : Customer Accepted offer
When these condition satisfies then send email with all data of the particular customer from List 1 and List 2.
But when i tried it does not work. PLease let me knwo if there is a better solution as soon as possible.
Please have a look and let me know.
Thanks In advance,
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