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alidbeck
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Show Specific Fields That Changed When A Record Is Updated

I have a fairly simple dataverse database setup, only utilizing a single table, currently just information on our employees.  I have a flow setup to send an e-mail anytime there are changes within a row.  This flow includes all of the necessary fields within that row included in an e-mail, so I can see the information I care about.

 

My next step would be to format the e-mail in such a way, whereas I only see the specific fields that changed.  I dont need to see before and after results, just only show me what fields changed.

 

I've scoured the web quite a bit, but can't find any information on whether this is possible or not.  Anyone currently doing this, or know how I might develop such a solution, assuming its even possible?

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rampprakash
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Hello @alidbeck 

 

Create a Business Rule to Show or hide Fields in Model Driven Apps. So when a record is updated it will automatically show the Values.

 

Else you can write JavaScript to perform the same operation too.

 

 

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