I have a Share point list where I need to receive an email notification when the field "documents signed" is triggered to YES and no nothing if NO. I created another "signed" column with the default value set to YES so that when documents signed is YES = signed YES it will send me an email notification. Picked up both column's VALUES *documents signed value is equal to signed value* as my condition.
Problem: I trigger the YES on the "documents signed" column and received an email. GOOD. But whenever i change another field like for example the "date of first appt" column with the "documents signed" ticked as YES, it sends me another email which i do not want. Please help thank you!
Can you share a screenshot of your current flow design? Also, can you confirm if your Sharepoint fields are defined as 'single line of text', 'choice', 'yes/no', other?
AS far as I understand, you just need to receive the email the very first time both item is modified and the two colums are set to YES, but if item is updated later and both columns keep value YES, you do not want the email to be sent again, right?
If so, did you consider to activate Version History on your Sharepoint list?
I have both columns as choices. The flow works but it keeps on sending me an email whenever i put a date on the "date of first appt" or whenever i modify another field while the "documents signed" column is triggered to YES.
Yes all i need is to receive an email when "documents signed" column is triggered to YES. The other column "signed" is already set to YES as default and it works its just that it sends me another email when other fields are modified
So, if you can activate Version History on your SP List, my suggestion is to inspect the current values stored in both columns, and also the values stored in both column just before the last item update.
Once Version History is activated, in order to get both current item version and last item version all you need to do is to add 'SEnd an HTTP request to sharepoint' with the following values
Once grabbed all this info, you need to add additional rules in your Condition, so you make sure current columns value is YES-YES, but last columns value is not YES-YES
If you are not convinced with 'Version history' approach, you can add a third column (let's call it NotificationSent) as an alternative. So set its value by default to NO, and you once you send the email you update it to YES. So, need to add an additional rule to your condition to make sure email is sent only when 3column values are YES-YES-NO
BTW, please note your current Condition will execute the logic from the true branch not only if both columns are set to YES, but also if both of them are set to NO.
Hope this helps
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