I am trying to use an existing template to create planner tasks when a new email is "flagged". The problem I am having is that I have all the emails automatically distributed in outlook sub-folders, and the template only allows me to check in one outlook folder at a time.
I have more than 30 sub-folders, and I guess I could do it work by having 30 different flows, but it must be something more direct.
Is there any wild characeter, or something I can add on the code so any email flagged in inbox and its subfolders activates the trigger?
Buenas tardes @daviddiez
There is the To Do connector that will solve your issue.
It did for me. I am able to flag an email in any folder and then create a task.
I use the To-do connector. Every email you flag no matter which folder, Outlook web puts it into a Flagged Email folder.
When I flag an email it triggers and then I create a task out of it with a preset due date and reminder. Then I come back and "unflag" the email or I will have an email and a task marked, which I don't need.
You can create a planner task after the trigger.
The action states a specific folder, but that specific folder is where all flagged emails go to "Flagged Emails" folder.
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