I have a flow that is checking the modified date and if X time has elapsed it issues a notification to the last user to modify the document.
At the moment it looks at the list and sends a notification per document that has hit the time limit.
Is there a way for a single notification to be issued and include a list of all document that fit the criteria?
I think your purpose is to send a notification to the last user of all the documents which have elapsed the X time.
I have made a flow for your scenario, please check it for a reference.
I assume that if the file has not been modified for 3 days, it will send a notification.
You can change the X time as you want.
The expression of filter array is:
Thank you, this looks like it would do what I am aiming to do but can I just confirm if I have multiple files with time elasped that only 1 notification will be sent listing all those files?
Also can you please confirm what you use as the input for the first step "manaully trigger a flow"?
First, as you said, you want to send a notification to the last user. I think the last user are different people, so you can't just send 1 notification to all the people you want.
Second, there is nothing you need to put in the "manaully trigger a flow". For a test, I used the "manaully trigger a flow", you can change the trigger you want for your scenario.
Please feel free post back if you need more help.
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