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Trigger for when a Planner task changes buckets

I would love to see a trigger in Flow for when a Planner task changes from one bucket to another.

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Why is Trello able to offer those features, but not Microsofts own App?
We need this urgent.

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This would work very well with a KanBan-style planner board:

Todo, approve, doing, done. When a card is moved from todo to approve, the trigger would be something like "when card is moved to a specific bucket", and then chose which bucket will trigger the flow. In this case, obviously, when the card is moved into the approve-bucket. 

 

When approved, it would also be great to be able to add a flow to move the approved card to another bucket. 

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That's the best thing in MeisterTask. The Section Actions. Perform an action when reaching a section (bucket). There you could move many users from MeisterTask to Planner and Flow.

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I would have a lot of use for this as well. We want to link Planner to Sharepoint List and updates would be done depending on the bucket location of tasks. 

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Please vote for my idea to create the trigger When a task is modified

 

 https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Trigger-for-when-a-Planner-task-changes-buckets/idi-p...

 

The more generic trigger would allow to do mostly anything with Flow and Planner under the condition all task atributes are available in Flow.

This, so much! We use a Planner board to track the status of long running activities. It would be so helpful to know when something moves and be able to trigger the board observers then...

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I suspect they are not considering it because it could potentially create a LOT of triggers in a short period of time. People happen to move around card freely a lot. In certain cases.

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Same here, also when anything is changed. Status, assiassigned to someone ...