as mentioned in the title, do not have the option to edit conditions in advance mode in my microsoft flows builder.
does it have anything to do with permissions access? or is there an updated way to access the advance mode ?
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Previously, we could select Edit in advanced mode then then enter the expressions in a text box. Now, there is no longer an Edit in advanced mode, instead if you want a very complex expression you can use the regular dynamic content expression builder to enter your expression on the left side of the row, then select Equals to and enter true in the right side.
The following blog on Advanced condition builder for your reference:
This must have just been updated. Edit in advanced mode appears to be gone now, replaced with a more visual logic tree. Just hit Add below and it'll open up
I would like to add logic simlar to the following
i dont think i could do that without the advance mode can i ?
This is what that would look like in the new editor-
First, click Add, then Add Row
You'll see 2 rows. You can add more, or create another group of conditions.
Running into this myself, on a flow I'm working on today. I cannot for the life of me, figure out how to structure this forumula in the new format. Thoughts?
That is a good question, I wasn't able to figure that out either.
This should do as a workaround though. Put your empty() check in a compose, then use that output for your condition.
i may have an incorrect syntax. i am getting the error "expression invalid " when i enter the following in one line :
is it automatically set as regarding if it is entered the way you did ?
Thank you! "Greater than or equal to" is not an option when working with Date/Time, but I was able to see these options when working with integers. I'm trying to set up a condition that sends an email if it is between a date range specified in a SharePoint list. This was my previous configuration:
Currently looking for a workaround.
My previous post provides a solution that will let you use the exact same expression (from the old style condition) as before when using the new condition builder. I hope it serves you well.
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