I have created a flow with a conditon CONDITION if Company Name = CACI, Inc., send email with attachment. It only is successful for the "yes" side. I have read online for hours and not sure what I am doing wrong. I know how to use SP Designer with previous wf conditions, etc. but this is not apparent to me.

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  • I may be mistaken, but it looks like you are not actually checking if Comapny Name = "CACI, Inc.", it looks like you are comparing if the value of the Company Name field equals the value of the Company Name field, which will always eveluate to true. Commented Sep 1, 2023 at 16:14
  • How would i update that? thankyou in advance!
    – Cat G.
    Commented Sep 1, 2023 at 16:46

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It looks like you are comparing the Company Name field value to itself, which will always evaluate to true.

You need to type in the specific value you want to check for. In this case, you are saying that you want to check if the Company Name value is specifically

CACI, Inc.

To do that, just type that value in on the right side of the comparison:

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  • Firstly, I really appreciate your help - I did exactly that initially but i still couldn't get the action under "no" to work...so I tried this way based on videos, either way I can only get the actions under "Yes" to work
    – Cat G.
    Commented Sep 1, 2023 at 17:20
  • No sure what to tell you there... I don't know what kind of field your "Company Name" field is or if you have to do some other kind of comparison. For my example here I set it up as just a plain text field, and I did test my Flow and was able to get it to take both the "Yes" and "No" branches. My guess is that if it is a Text field or a Choice field it should work with just the straight comparison, but if it is a Lookup field you may need to do some additional stuff to get the comparisoon to work. Commented Sep 1, 2023 at 17:28
  • Yes it is a choice field....but thank you again!
    – Cat G.
    Commented Sep 1, 2023 at 17:29

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