I have a start and wait approval flow with a reminder email sent every 7 days. How do I add steps after this to do the following:
- Email the user who triggered the flow with the response from each Reviewer.
- Create a response summary or upload the approval data to a list.
- If not the above, is there a way to see the results of one approval flow somewhere?
On your challenge nr#1 "Email the user who triggered the flow with the response from each Reviewer".
What's your current flow trigger? For a selected file | item in Sharepoint Library | Item? Other?
On the challenge nr#2 "Create a response summary or upload the approval data to a list."
You mean you need to access the overall list of responses (yes|No) and comments from each Approver, right?
Last, but not least, can you share a screenshot from your current flow design?
The more information context you can post, the fastest other community members can provide a useful advice
Flow trigger is "for a selected item". And, correct on the second part.
It says I do not have permission to upload images. Is there a way to do it that I do not know about.
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