I really hope you can help me out to solve an issue with my flow. I have tried your YouTube suggestion to add an additional column on my list , add a trigger condition and update item. It did work, but then I realised this is not actually what I need.
There are 3 columns on my list that needs to be updated by the manager .
I created a flow When an item is created or modified.
Looks like you need to set conditional triggers. I have a tutorial video about this.
If you need further help let me know.
Can you help me with this.
I need to get the peek code for the expression below, but to be honest, which kind of expression should I use? Remember this value (Sap entry) YES, NO choice -I don't want the email to be sent when this item is modified.
I really appreciate your help.
Try the below
@not(or(equals(triggerBody()?['body/SAP Entry'], 'USA'), equals(triggerBody()?['body/SAP Entry'],'Tesla')))
Hi and thank you for you help.
Still not working, multiples emails are sent when the sap column is updated. I have added the trigger condition you suggested, to no avail.
You can't use the condition like below to evaluate both values in one.
Change the first condition to 'Yes'. Then you need to click the Add button and extend the condition for No.
I have tried all the options given, unsuccessfully. It would be nice if try to do the same kind of of flow and see the result you get, with the suggestion you sent me. Thanks a million for trying.
Can someone please help me to sort this out.
I have managed to find a solution to stop multiples emails been sent when others columns are modified in a sharepoint list.
I have added the following action after when an item is created
it works perfectly.. Anyway thank you for trying to help me out.
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