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CatPagulayan
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Map Forms ID/Name/Title to Sharepoint List

Hello,

I have mapped my forms information to a sharepoint list except for one: the Name/ID/Title of a form. Is there a way to add it/map it to the sharepoint list?

 

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Thank you!

 

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@CatPagulayan  So you have one SharePoint list and many Quiz forms which are mapped to SharePoint List. if this is the case- You can use one compose action and pass static value like- History Quiz and then use compose output for SharePoint list. Similarly you can do for other Quiz forms.

 

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Hardesh15
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@CatPagulayan Please explain your problem in details. What you are trying to achieve here.?

 

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@Hardesh

Hi @Hardesh15 ,

So I need the Form Name to be mapped to the Sharepoint list. It is because I need to grab it when I need to make a certificate of completion of quiz. My certificate gets information from a sharepoint list where all the answers to the forms quiz will be saved.

Ex. my first form quiz is named History Quiz - that name should also be reflected in the sharepoint list (if possible)

@CatPagulayan  So you have one SharePoint list and many Quiz forms which are mapped to SharePoint List. if this is the case- You can use one compose action and pass static value like- History Quiz and then use compose output for SharePoint list. Similarly you can do for other Quiz forms.

 

Please 'Thumbs Up' the posts that helped you and 'Mark as Solution' if my post answered your question.

@Hardesh

oh okay I see.. I thought there is like a field in Forms such as "Title" that can be quickly mapped out 🙂 Seems there is no way but to create that compose action. Will take that as the solution. Thank you!

@CatPagulayan  If it solves your problem please make this as Accepted solution.

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@Hardesh

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