I have started using Microsoft Forms, and I am loving it. Any way, I created a form with 12 questions, each with the the standard "Strongly Agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly Disagree" responses. I want to set up a Flow where if someone selects 'Strongly Disagree' on questions, it will send an email to someone else with this information. How can I accomplish this? Thanks!
So if there are multiple responses of Strongly Disagree for a single survey, do you want one email for all of those responses or separate emails.
Let me know and I'll build an example.
Hi @ mlbussey,
If you would like to send an email for all of those responses which is equal to 'Strongly Disagree',
Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:
The expression behind the "question1:"as below:
The body('Get_response_details')?['rdfcfa345f0944e4e806b390fbaf76676'] represent of the "question2" dynamic content of get response details.
You could refer to link below to learn more about the workflow definition language:
When a response is submited, the flow would run successfully as below:
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