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Planner checklist when checked

Hello Community,


Does anyone know why the following condition keeps on failing?


I have got a business requirement where checklist once completed stores information in excel.

I was able to use checklist title with the use of 'contains feature'.


The Compose feature shows value "True" , as seen the below picture.



any help is appreciated.


Super User
Super User

Hey @PaulMathasaran ! When I need to see if a value or a selected item is equal to something I dont use a expression. In your case, I would just do this:



And dont use the isChecked.Value.  Use only "isChecked" and it will return the text value


If this solved your problem, please mark it as a solution 🙂 

Hi @Nogueira1306 

Thank you for replying.

The solution sounds interesting, how can I get "isChecked" , the condition always shows "isChecked.Value"




Hey @PaulMathasaran 

Try writing only isChecked, it shloud appear 2.
One that is value and the other one

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