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Adding to a shared Microsoft ToDo list via a flow does not appear for other members of the list.

I've been working for the last several months on a way to take an automated email into a flow and have a ToDo generated and added to a shared ToDo list for a little while now. I had a result that seemed to work just fine, as the todos showed up when I looked at the shared list. However, when speaking with my coworkers this morning, it appears that the newly added item is only visible to me. Has anyone encountered this sort of issue before?

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Super User II

Hi @Isaacmanjr,

 

I haven't seen this issue before and I can't reproduce this on my demo tenant.

 

Which action are you using to create the item in the shared list in ToDo? The Add a to-do (V3) action?

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/todo/#add-a-to-do-(v3)-(preview)

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Hi 

 

I have the same problem. 

I have created a flow to create an ToDo task from a teams message. For me the flow works fine but for my coworkers the flow doesnt work. They see the adaptive card but the ToDo Task is not being created. 

 

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I strongly believe it has to do with the revised Add-to-do v3. There is a very good YT video with the add-to-do v2 connector. With the v2 it was not mandatory to add a ToDo-List.

 

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Maybe it´s possible to add a custom value to make it work for my coworker as well.

 

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Any hints are welcome. 

 

Best Jan

 

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