I'm trying to create a task in Planner when a form is submitted to Typeform.
No matter how simple the connection, and I just tested with only one field, this is what I'm getting :
The request is invalid:
A null value was found for the property named 'title', which has the expected type 'Edm.String[Nullable=False]'. The expected type 'Edm.String[Nullable=False]' does not allow null values."
Could you share a screenshot of your Flow configuration?
I did the test on my side and there was no problem you mentioned.
I created a simple typeform that contains a Short Text and a Yes/No.
When the form has the submitted content, it triggers Flow, and then determines whether there is a string value contained in the Short Text. If so, it uses this value as the title of the Planner task.
Flow works fine as below:
Please take a try again or provide more details, we would provide a proper workaround for you.
This is the test flow, I'm not even using a condition anymore because it's returning an error with the simples setting.
This is the test result:
I want to know what type of "9:" you configured and what the value of the output is. Sorry, I don't know what language it is.
You could try to use the Compose action to output the value in "9:" and then fill the Compose output in the Title.
If issue occurs, I think it should be that the type of this value does not match the requirements of Title field fill.
Thank you for pointing that out.
"9:" is being read as "Identificação de uso" (Usage description) but it's actually "audio", which is a multiple choice. "Identificação de uso" that i'm using for title is supposed to be 7.
I don't know why that's happening but it's something to check.
I'll try the compose action.
Ok! Great. Now I have a simple example that's working!
I didn't need to use the compose function. What I learned is that when you have a Logic Jump in the form, it's confusing the fields and I guess that's why it wasn't getting the title correctly. I made a simpler form without logic jumps and it worked.
One thing I have to learn is how to properly concatenate two answers from the form to get a due date.
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