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Updating Google Sheet Rows (trigger stops working)

So I am having some problems with this flow and I've looked all over without any answers.

 

I set up the flow that when I manually update the form, it will show up on my Google Sheet. I did some testing and that after a few updates to the original input, the flow stops triggering the updates to the google sheet. When I look at the test, it said the test ran successfully with the error "ActionBranchingConditionNotSatisfied. The execution of template action 'Update_row' skipped: the branching condition for this action is not satisfied." even when I did make an update.

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Hi @ediep1990 ,

 

You can click Next of Apply to each in Flow run history to see if another result is true.

Because Apply to each will traverse all the rows, not all rows are eligible, and the result in the If yes branch will not be executed when the result is false.

You can add a Compose on the Condition to output the Row ID and Order Id values and see if they are equal.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi @ediep1990 

 

Can you share some details on what is being checked in the condition action? If you can share a screenshot of the values that you are trying to compare in the condition, that would be helpful in creating that step in a better way and identify any issues that might be in that step. 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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Hi @ediep1990 ,

 

You can click Next of Apply to each in Flow run history to see if another result is true.

Because Apply to each will traverse all the rows, not all rows are eligible, and the result in the If yes branch will not be executed when the result is false.

You can add a Compose on the Condition to output the Row ID and Order Id values and see if they are equal.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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