What happened to the complex conditions in FLOW?
All I have now is the basic with an add button to add more basic conditions!
I create flows for when items are created or modified.
I use a condition where modified = created for new items. (And of course I have to convert to my timezone)
then I use complex conditions where I test for empty columns to send send out update alerts.
I can have 5 or more alerts sent in one FLOW.
--New items go to a group
--updated items go to another group when some column is updated
--updated items go to other groups based on other updated columns. ...
I tried to use the new basic "where sent to is not equal to" and I left the criteria blank, but that didnt work. it sent even when the column was blank.
then I tried where not equal to '' also failed like leaving empty!
Can someone please tell me how to do the below in the new basic condition?
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Please refer to the blog post if you would like to refer how to use the advanced mode with the same expression.
Here are other alternatives:
Use expression for left hand side (LHS) and right hand side (RHS)
LHS row 1: empty(body('Send_me_a_mobile_notification'))
LHS row 2 : not(empty(body('Send_me_a_mobile_notification')))
Thanks for the quick reply Prabir.
I'm still running into an issue. I am trying to use the following Expression in the LHS after a GetItems step is executed using a Sharepoint List:
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sorry this was such a quick and unexpected change, and I had to get this complete so I was able to move onto another project. You may run into a few more, I had to get a quick answer.
Thanks for pointing this out. I accepted this as answered.
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