So im trying to trigger a specific fields change.
Im folloowing this guide: http://johnliu.net/blog/2018/5/microsoft-flow-sharepoint-trigger-on-specific-fields-changed-via-sp-h...
But for some reason im ending up with same info in both old and new version, no matter what i change.
Someone had the same issue and descibed it as following.
"I have everything set up, but when testing the output is showing no change when there is a change. It seems to be changing the value of the field for the previous version and I can't figure out why. For example, I'll run it once and it will return version 1 and 2 and version 2 has the value of "x", then I will run it again and it returns version 2 and 3, but this time version the same field on version 2 has been returned as "y", which matches version 3, so it exiting the flow because it is not recognizing a change in the field. Do you have any suggestions?"
When i change my Title the old and new version will contain the same Title even if it changed and i dont understand why.
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Hi @JimmyWork ,
Good try, and I have noticed that you seem to repeatedly define what needs to be displayed in HTML table.
In general, we often use Select to filter out the fields that need to be displayed in the HTML table, then directly configure the Output of Select in HTML table action, and select Automatic.
Anyway, If your problem has been solved, please click “Accept as solution” and mark your post as Solved.
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