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PVALearnUser2
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Yes/No Question to Flow

Hello all, I am new to using PVA. I have condition logic where the user needs to choose between yes and no response. If they choose yes, they are asked an additional question that is saved and moves to the power automate flow. If they answer no, then they should automatically go to the flow. I am having trouble with the no condition. Every time I click no, it still asks the additional question. I am not sure how to bypass. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you

 

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gregmarbais
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@PVALearnUser2 The reason it's doing that is because you're calling that variable in the action step. So PVA goes back to capture that information and then apply it to the action. If the action doesn't need that particular field, what you can do is call the action separately and leave the "FilterResponseYes: variable field as blank. If that action does require that value then you may need to create a separate action for that path in the topic.

DiegoPeres
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Hi @PVALearnUser2,  As you use the YES action variable in your flow it will direct to the question you want to skip when the user chooses NO.
In this situation you have to call your flow twice, passing the second time a parameter to the second question variable, you must handle this in your flow

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Hi there, may i know if the screenshots in your reply are features from the subscribed version of PVA. I am currently using the free trial and I am not sure if there are limitations to it.

DiegoPeres
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hi @DineshSaliyan , These screenshots are from my trial version, but there is no difference from the paid version.


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I see, thanks for the clarification.

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