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Flow with sharepoint list

Hi there, 

I have made a SP List, in that list i have used a Yes/No boolean field and formatted this with json to be a button, this button is then set to execute a flow, in this case just a simple flow that updates numbers.  It looks like this 


Flow knap.PNG

However, when I press the button instead of the flow just automatically going it prompts a bar to the side where I have to again press "Run Flow" as such: 

Kør flow.PNG

 

 My Question is: Is there really no way to just make the flow go when the button is pressed, I would rather if I did not have to tell it to run the flow twice? So that it just runs when I press the button within the list? 

The flow looks as follows at this moment: 
Flow til skat.PNG

 

Thanks in advance 🙂 

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Re: Flow with sharepoint list

Hi @Anonymous, no you can't do anything about that, it is the behaviour Microsoft have set when the button is pressed.

Rob
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Re: Flow with sharepoint list

Hi @Anonymous, no you can't do anything about that, it is the behaviour Microsoft have set when the button is pressed.

Rob
Los Gallardos
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