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akbarmahfuzalam
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Flow Button With dependent combo-box

 

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I have a scenario here wherein I have created a TimeTracker for the mobile user. And I am tracking their Time Arrival and Time Exit With Category and Sub Category.
 

But the challenge is that when I selecting one it's not giving the option associated dropdown.

 

I want when the end-user Selects Option of Category, the  Sub Category which is associated with Category will only appear.

 

Let us say I have in Category Fruit, Animal, Country....

And in Sub Category, Apple, Mango, Grapes, etc... Tiger, Elephant, Lion, Dear, Monkey....India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal

 

When I Select Category as Animal and in Sub Category it only shows, Tiger, Elephant, Lion, Dear, Monkey.

Please help me in fixing the above issue.

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@akbarmahfuzalam 

As far as I know, the feature you are looking for is not yet supported on 'Manually trigger a flow'.

Did you consider implementing a Power App instead?

Hope this helps



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Here I am trying the end-user who is at their home can start work and punch in their time with the help of a mobile button.

 

Do you have any alternate solution? That would be of great help. I have odd 3000 employees who need to go to their mobile app Microsoft flow and punch in their time arrival and exit.

Hi @akbarmahfuzalam 

 

Currently there is now way to implement cascading dropdowns in manual trigger in Power Automate. If you think this should be added as a feature, you can create an idea post or upvote already existing similar ones here: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Automate-Ideas/idb-p/MPAIdeas

 

You can create a Power Apps form for this though  and the users can access that from a mobile as well. There are a couple of other tools that can be used for this (like Microsoft Kaizala) that already support the attendance and clockin/ clockout features. 

 

Hope this Helps!

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