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SStonehouse
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Sharepoint 365 how do I force users to read T and C once and record this data

Hi guys

Please can anyone advise me, we are needing to force over 2000 users to read a page (T and C) when they first login and before they can enter their site collection. However, we only need to force them the once. And we need to record somehow when and who has accepted the T and C.

 

Any advice would be very good, thanks in advance.

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Re: Sharepoint 365 how do I force users to read T and C once and record this data

Hi @SStonehouse,

 

Do you want to force users to read T and C once when they first login?

 

Do you want to achieve your needs within microsoft flow?

 

If you want to achieve your needs within microsoft flow, 

I afraid that there is no way to achieve your needs in Microsoft Flow currently.

If you would like this feature to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

 

If you want to achieve your needs within sharepoint, you could post your issue to sharepoint forum and there would provide a proper workaround for you.

 

 

Best regards,

Alice

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SStonehouse
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Re: Sharepoint 365 how do I force users to read T and C once and record this data

The sort of way round this, that I found, was to use audiences in SharePoint. Then once the person had clicked on a button on the page, FLOW updated a field in their user profile. The audience worked with the user profile value and allowed users with a certain value in a certain property in their user profile to see the home page. However, the user profile options in FLOW only allowed me to change properties in ‘My Profile’ - the values the user could change themselves anyway – which really is not what I want.

Ideally for this option to work, we need a way we can change a property value that the end user cannot change.

 

This could therefore become an idea to be put forward to Microsoft/FLOW.

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Community Support Team
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Re: Sharepoint 365 how do I force users to read T and C once and record this data

Hi @SStonehouse,

 

Do you want to force users to read T and C once when they first login?

 

Do you want to achieve your needs within microsoft flow?

 

If you want to achieve your needs within microsoft flow, 

I afraid that there is no way to achieve your needs in Microsoft Flow currently.

If you would like this feature to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

 

If you want to achieve your needs within sharepoint, you could post your issue to sharepoint forum and there would provide a proper workaround for you.

 

 

Best regards,

Alice

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SStonehouse
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Re: Sharepoint 365 how do I force users to read T and C once and record this data

The sort of way round this, that I found, was to use audiences in SharePoint. Then once the person had clicked on a button on the page, FLOW updated a field in their user profile. The audience worked with the user profile value and allowed users with a certain value in a certain property in their user profile to see the home page. However, the user profile options in FLOW only allowed me to change properties in ‘My Profile’ - the values the user could change themselves anyway – which really is not what I want.

Ideally for this option to work, we need a way we can change a property value that the end user cannot change.

 

This could therefore become an idea to be put forward to Microsoft/FLOW.

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SStonehouse
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Re: Sharepoint 365 how do I force users to read T and C once and record this data

Thank you Alice for your reply and request - I have done what you have asked.  I have posted a Flow Idea and I will have a look on the Sharepoint forum.

Thanks again


Sam

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