I am using the following syntax for multiple if statements in Microsoft Flow.
FYI - This code is inside a Compose and inside an Apply To Each. As it loops through, I am checking for the output value and comparing it with a string value. Basically, I need to verify the ID value and if the ID matches assign a display name such as Classification, State, Category and if the id does not match, then we use a display name of Other.
I would like to know if there is anything missing with this syntax multiple if statement? or if it is possible at all to do this with the outputs function?
While I haven't taken the time to check your logic ad syntax, it appears at first glace that using a switch statement might be a less complicated option for your to use.
You said that the Compose is inside an Apply to each, I assume that you are getting a list of items first, then return a corresponding value to the item.
Please take the following code for a reference:
I am using the code to return value to each item in the list, and it works fine.
Thank you Mabel and Scott for your responses.
I figured out what is wrong with the code and below is the correct and working code.
In summary, yes we can do multiple if statements in Flow and use equals to compare values.
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I've written about a new feature in Flow that would allow you to visually construct complex if/then statements using the condition control: https://sharepointlibrarian.com/2019/02/05/flow-now-supports-multiple-condition-controls-for-advance...
So I am creating a workflow in Flow where I I need several statements to send email notifications to different users if condition equals x and if condition equals y.
And "State" equal to "Delaware - DE"
"State" equal to "Maryland - MD"
"State" equal to "Pennsylvania - PA"
"I am pleased with the overall quality of service " is equal to "Strongly Disagree"
"I am pleased with the overall quality of service" is equal to "Disagree"
If no send email notification to user a
However, I need to create another statement that sends email notification to user b if "State" equals to "Arkansas - AR"
Same logic as above but to different states.
Do I create this using a parallel branch or as a sequence or another step?
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