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Creating a flow that moves an item to another list

I have two list and one called companycontracts (this list consists of all the completed contract numbers that company has worked on) and then ActiveContracts (this list consists on contracts that are still ongoing).  Within the activecontracts list when an contract number has been completed = 1 (there a choice field called completed and when a user clicks on 0 then it means its ongoing and when a user clicks on1 then it means it completed) I to create a flow that will transfer that contract number and it's details to the companycontracts list.  I know this is an automated flow but after that I'm not quite sure where to go from there. 

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@SandraAkujobi 

 

Hey Mate, 

 

You can just create a two setup Flow and include the Trigger condition.

 

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Trigger Condition.

 

@equals(triggerOutputs()?['body/Choice/Value'],'1')

 

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The Flow will start only, if the Choice column value is 1

 

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I hope this help you get started.

 

 

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@CFernandes I tried the flow and it did not run. In the I put the trigger formula in the setting of the first action. The second action which is to create a new item I did not know where the formula you added into the title and review box. 

@SandraAkujobi The formula that in the Trigger condition should work. Have you added the formula with reference to your dynamic field value?

 

If you are not comfortable with Trigger formula you can add a condition, and then create an item https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Flows/Flow-condition-on-sharepoint-choice-field/td-p/23...

 

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@CFernandes In the first image you can see I was able to put in the trigger formula you proposed. In the second image I could not see where to pick the trigger reference is in the dynamic value box and that's where the problem lies

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