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Due date option doesn't work from Todoist connector

When I use the Todoist trigger: "When a task is created (V2)" and create a Todoist task with a due date, the "Items Task Due Date" Dynamic Content option always returns blank.

 

Basically, Microsoft Flow doesn't get the due date of the newly created task, even thou

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Re: Due date option doesn't work from Todoist connector

For those running into this issue as well, I found a solution. Use the expression "triggerBody().due.date" instead of Flow's built-in dynamic expression.

 

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Re: Due date option doesn't work from Todoist connector

For those running into this issue as well, I found a solution. Use the expression "triggerBody().due.date" instead of Flow's built-in dynamic expression.

 

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Re: Due date option doesn't work from Todoist connector

 

Hi @codingben ,

 

Thank you for sharing!

I have encountered a similar problem before, you can try to observe the body output by the trigger, and then call the accurate property value according to the property name.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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