Hello, I have a flow that currently creates a new item in a sharepoint list when a new task is created in planner. I realized I need to add "update" functionality to the flow that catches if a change is made to a task, that it represents that change in sharepoint as well. Not sure if I need to make a new flow or if I can add on to the one I already have?
Hi, @efialttes. It helps, I will see if I can figure out how to create the second flow. Piggy backing off my "update" question, I assume the same is said for "delete"? If I delete a task and want the item in sharepoint to be deleted, I need to make another flow for that? Thank you
no @Solomon_c unfortunally you can't know when a task is deleted, just when a task is mark as completed as I told you before 😉
@ChristianAbata I am sorry! I was hoping that it was possible. It would be very helpful it there was a two way street on communication between planner and sharepoint because I have the SP list connected to a powerapp... So if a task was deleted or changed, I would like the powerapp to update accordingly.
Anyways, I added a third picture, I have tried to get the "progress" state of a task, but it always comes back '0' or 'Not started'...I need to create a new flow...or can add that to the end of my logic here?
mmm @Solomon_c so in your first flow just create a new task an then ends your flow, if you need you can update details to your task. So in another flow you can do this
so when a task is completed then you can update a row in sharepoint list by adding task complete.
@ChristianAbata sorry for the delay. I have started on the second flow that updates details about the completed tasks. What flows do I need? I begin with "When a task is completed", "Apply to each"? I guess my question is, how do I define the row I want updated? From my original post, you see the I labeled this row "Progress Value", how do I reference that row in my new flow. On the sharepoint side... The row type is "Choice" and the choices are: Not started / In progress / Completed, default value is None, which maybe should be "Not Started" instead. Thank you.
hi @Solomon_c what you need to do is a little tick here, you can add to a task the ID of the row into tittle like this 1 - YOurtitle then when a task is complete you can split your tittle with this expression first(split('YourTitle','-')) so now you have your Id ane then you can use it to update what you need.
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