Inspired by Flow in a day, and due to demand for it in my company, I've put together content for Forms and Flow in a few hours and thought I'd share it here in case it's useful for others as well.
Here's the content:
Exercise 1: Create Form
Task 1: Login on Microsoft Forms website and create Form
Task 2: Explore Form Themes
Task 3: Form Settings
Task 4: Branching
Task 5: Share your form
Task 6: Check your form responses
Exercise 2: Connect Microsoft Flow to your Form using templates
Task 1: Login on Microsoft Flow website and explore Templates
Task 2: Create a Flow from a Template
Exercise 3: Customizing your template flow
Task 1: Customize a Template Flow
Exercise 4: Create a new Form and Flow from scratch
Task 1: Create a form
Task 2: Create a blank flow
Task 3: Use Office 365 Users to Get Manager
Task 4: Add Approval to your flow
Task 5: Add conditional logic to your flow
Here's a link to the document, I'm sharing it as a Word document so you can amend it and put your own spin on it if you choose to use it:
Any suggestions, please let me know!
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Hey there, @Anonymous!
Thanks so much for posting your awesome content to the Flow Community! 😁
I have moved your post to the Flow Community Chat & Announcements board as it fits here a bit better than the Flow Cookbook!
Please come back and post content like this ANYTIME!
Hi i need your help as i am sure this is something simple that i am missing.
I have a sharepoint list which is pre populated with student ID name etc. I have created a microsoft form that asks questions but the first one is to input the student ID which appears on the sharepoint list. I then wanted all the responses in the microsoft form to be added into the relevant columns for that student ID.
I have created just a two question form just to try this out. question one is student id, question 2 is comments.
This flow semi works but seems to add it to whatever row it wants to and not the correct row. What am i doing wrong.
I have attached photos of my flow below. PS please help me in simple language.
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