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lvczk
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Flow triggers 3 times intead of 1 when an item is updated

Hello all!

 

I have a flow, that when an item is created or modified in a sharepoint list, triggers actions ( sends e-mails with data), but when I actually modify an item, it triggers 3 times and sends out 3 e-mails with the same data.

 

This is the sharepoint list I'm using for this:

lvczk_0-1654177336905.png

 

The first six rows are single line of text format.

The seventh row is a calculated column that calculates all the not empty cells in the line.  So that in the first line I have 5 cells that contain data, the value will be 5.

 

lvczk_1-1654177573152.png

 

Here I have my flow. Triggers when an item is created or modified in the sharepoint list I mentioned earlier, then gets the data from it, and grabs  the calculated column (osszesit (5&4&4) and sums the numbers. After that, I have a condition, if the number > than 12, then send out an e-mail. 

 

 

I had this flow working today, but I made some changes inside the sharepoint that i do not remember, and now it triggers 3 times. I did not change any setting of the rows or columns.

 

 

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JR-BejeweledOne
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l would suggest that you ask this question in the Power Automate Forum.

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Power-Automate/ct-p/MPACommunity



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