The progress is given as a value (Percent Complete) of either 0, 50 or 100. 0 - Not Started. 50- In Progress. 100 - Complete. Like this:
I build the URLs using the group ID, plan ID and task ID like so:
thx, this was fast.I see (guess i can see it on the small 1. screenshot) that you get the "value percentageCompleted" as an option out of the Flow list. I can only get it by using FX "triggerBody()?['percentComplete']"
and why you switch 4 statements?
(Forget about this....you have 3 options + default.....check)
I have this up and running now.Actually I want to fill a sharepointlist with this information.
This also works but i always get a second line with - I think the flow number - created in the sharepoint list.
the upper 2 entries are from the actaul trigger in Planner.The 3rd entry is trigger by testing the flow. You see there I do not get this "ghost" entry"
Anyone an idea?
I'm glad I could help. Yes, the switch handles the 3 states of completion and another incase the percent complete is empty.
I'm not sure what the isse is there, but it sounds like an issue with your Flow's logic. That or if you're testing from previous data since the issue could be the data brought into Flow by the trigger.
Any idea how to debug this?
this is my flow:
How do you extract the Bucket Name, "International Inte.." ?
In case there are multiple buckets, is there a way to extract bucket name of each task?
I am not JoshL but if you look at my flow this is extracting also bucketname of the task.You can anyhow only trigger
Task creationTask completion
Task assignementSo you have the Task id and this will give you the bucket.
I was able to get Bucket Name if triger is task creation/completion/assignment but what I would like to do this time is to create a list of tasks with Bucket Name associated with each task.
No way to do it now?
This is how I get the bucket of each task. First, I pull in every task from planner and then every bucket. I loop over each task, then for each of those tasks I loop over every bucket to find the one that matches the bucket fom the task. The name of the bucket is then stored to be output in the task's row in the excel.
If you're getting the bucket of only one task the process is the same, you'd just loop over each bucket until you find a match between your task's bucket and one from the list.
I understand how you got bucket name in your flow and I was able to add it into my flow.