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Building a Sharepoint and Power Automate Question Forum

I am trying to develop a tool that would be used to offer career and tutor advice to students. The concept is after navigating to a sharepoint site, and selecting a "submit new form button." A Student would fill out an intake form with specific information that once saved would automatically email a specific individual the details of the question. The idea is that the intake form would have limited drop downs that would direct the question and a final free text box to give specific information. For instance if a selected dropdown would be "career advice" then the next box would be "certifications" an email would be sent with the final question to specific users. Is there a public domain sharepoint/power automate code that might be able to help with this or individuals able to help me build this? 

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Hi @Anonymous 


Have a look at Microsoft Forms Pro.


Microsoft Forms - Easily create surveys, quizzes, and polls. (


You can collect the form submission via Power Automate using the below action steps.




Once the responses are collected then you can email or store in SharePoint list or another database.

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