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Trinaintynine
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How to Store Specific Array Values into Variables From Microsoft Form

Hi, iam new to Flow
in my Microsoft Form i got a multiple Choice 
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And in my Microsoft Flow, I need to Seperate the Values
in My case I need to Set if client tick on Axioma, it gives the task to User Henry and if not give the task to User Roland


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here's my flow logic, but i still can't pull it off, please help
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so i can use it on this action flow
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Re: How to Store Specific Array Values into Variables From Microsoft Form

Hi @Trinaintynine,

 

Which data you would like to enter into the Variable?

Per my understanding, the scenario here is to collect the user information for henry or Roland, right?

If the condition could be executed correctly, would it be possible to enter the user Email within the Variable?

 

By the way, could you please share the flow running details here, specially for the condition success result?

Experssions in Microsoft Flow

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Trinaintynine
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Re: How to Store Specific Array Values into Variables From Microsoft Form

No.
i want to store the data to each variable
i got 2 variable which is "listjob1" and "listjob2"

so if in the array data (access to) contains the word axioma, i want to store it into `listjob1`, vice versa.

i can't debug it. because i run without error
my result is
all the job was store in "listjob1"

what i have tried was, when i use "length" expression i got output of 106. i seems like it was count as string not as array


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