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Condition no working



I have a flow which has rows from sharepoint with status rejected or approved, I did a condition that if the value is approved. However, when running the flow the output when the condition is approved is false 


I don´t understand why all the outputs are false rejected or approved 



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Hey @dcarreropinto 


Did you add the Condition like the below -




If so it should work...


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It looks like you've added a Choice field to your SharePoint List called Status with options Approved, Rejected, etc.


When using Choice fields in Power Automate you get two fields to choose from. In your case you will have Status which contains the Id and Value, and another field called Status Value that just contains the value of the field (Approved, Rejected, etc.).




So, in your Condition, you should be using the Status Value as so:



If you were only interested in getting the approved items, then I'd suggest using the Filter Query within Get items. Then you don't even need to add the Condition within the Apply to each since you only retrieved approved items.


The Filter Query in your case would be:

Status eq 'Approved'




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