2

I am using SharePoint Online and trying to create a workflow using flow. But not sure if it's even possible or if my skillset is just to low.

I would like to build something that will email based on the value in a column. Something like, IF value is "X" then send email to "Y" ; if value is "A" then send email to "B".

Is this possible?

  • yes it is possible. you need to develop some basic logic in your workflow – Gaurravs Feb 7 at 12:42
1

yes it is possible and it is really easy.

In SPO Library click on Flow and click Create a flow:

enter image description here

Click See more and select When a new file is added in SharePoint, complete a custom action: (trigger will be automatically set) or you can create flow with different trigger (next picture) (timer - like once per day/ when file eidted,....)

enter image description here

or

enter image description here

After this in flow you can work with file properties - depends if you have already loeaded file properties with trigger or loading all with Get- List Items function ald load items from list (can be based on some filter)

enter image description here

After this create Condition function where you will set the condition and in the states you can use Office 365 - Send Email function

*If yo are working with more than one file/item there will be "Apply to each" loop*, otherwise you will work only with the Condition.

In the condition set, what you want. After this Send Email, there are two versions of functions, take which is more suitable to you.

enter image description here

The whole flow will looks like this: enter image description here

This is very easy manual created in few minutes. If you need more information or make some easy Flow just contact me and we can do something via TeamViewer.

Hope it helps!

  • Thank you so much!!! I will try it tomorrow morning and let you know how it goes – Madeleine Du Toit Feb 7 at 14:08
  • Sure, you're welcome. You can give me vote now and close tomorrow :) – Zdeněk Vinduška Feb 7 at 14:21

Your Answer

By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy, and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.