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fxavier
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Is it possible to change multiple list item at once in Flow?

For Example, is it possible to do something like,
While Title is equal to "A", change Title to "C" for each list item?

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efialttes
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Hi!

My suggestion is:

-To add a 'Get items' action block to read all items from your SP list

-Next, to add an 'Apply to each', assign 'Get items' output as its input

-Next, to add a Condition action block inside 'Apply to each':

*On the left side of your condition rule, assign from dynamic content menu 'Title'

*ON the right side of your condition rule, type capital letter A

*Select as operator 'is equal to'

Now on the true (Yes) branch add an Update item, assign C as its Title

 

If the SP list has a huge nr of elements, you can improve this basic flow performance by adding an ODATA filter to the 'GEt items' just to get items with Title 'A', thus no need to add a Condition inside your 'Apply to each' just 'Update item'

 

Hope this makes sense



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efialttes
Super User
Super User

Hi!

My suggestion is:

-To add a 'Get items' action block to read all items from your SP list

-Next, to add an 'Apply to each', assign 'Get items' output as its input

-Next, to add a Condition action block inside 'Apply to each':

*On the left side of your condition rule, assign from dynamic content menu 'Title'

*ON the right side of your condition rule, type capital letter A

*Select as operator 'is equal to'

Now on the true (Yes) branch add an Update item, assign C as its Title

 

If the SP list has a huge nr of elements, you can improve this basic flow performance by adding an ODATA filter to the 'GEt items' just to get items with Title 'A', thus no need to add a Condition inside your 'Apply to each' just 'Update item'

 

Hope this makes sense



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