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Anonymous
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Submit on Patch, Update, Collection (HELP!!!!!)

So no can seem to give me the answer I am looking for so I am trying again. Please help!!!Smiley Sad

So the form I am creating requires a date to be submitted.  Once the form is submitted with the date, the sharepoint list needs to update a status.  Should I use a Patch, Update, or Collection to update the Value?

 

I've Tried using the following 

If(!IsBlank(DatacardValue), Patch(SharePointList, Title = DatacardValue_ID.Selected.Value, {Status: "Available"})

Where DatacardValue is date,

Title is an unique ID,

and DatacardValue_ID is the input submitted by the user.  

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HadynM
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Hi @Anonymous

Why don't you submit the status with the form?

Or, are you saying the status should be updated on the date that was submitted?

Cheers

Hadyn

Anonymous
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The status should be updated on the date submitted

You could have a Flow that triggers when the SharePoint Item's date is modified. Then have it update the field you want. 

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