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Syndicate_Admin
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Administrator

Integration with Power Automate / Forms / Teams

Good morning,

I have a form that 6 people fill in every day.

I need to make an automation that receives the 6 answers and sends them to a group of Teams (with the person who answers).

Has anyone tried something like this?

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Syndicate_Admin
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Administrator

He is not taking all the 6 answers, he send the first one he receives and finish the flow, he don't even receive the rest.
I want to have something like 
Person      l       response
x                             ....
y                             ...
z                             ....

And I want the app to take all this answers and send on 8:00 am, even if some of them did not send the answer

Ok, so if you want it to send for each person even if they don't answer, then you need to store their info somewhere - I would recommend a SharePoint list person-type column. You can call it "responders" or something. We still don't know where your form lives or if it exists yet, so it's hard to say for the rest.

 

You'd do a scheduled flow, and do a for-each loop, looking at the people in that list, for each of their email addresses email the people you want to email with items in the related form where the form submitter email matches the person's name in the responder list - I would do a "get items" on the responses, getting all items submitted in the prior 24 hours (you can use utcNow() to get today's date as a comparison for the submitted date, make sure to adjust for your timezone). Maybe add a "run after" step where if the get items fails (meaning they didn't submit), it sends a different email that says they didn't submit anything.

christinepayton
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Sure, is there a particular part you're stuck on? Do you already have the form built?

 

Typically you just trigger the flow on the form being submitted, whether that is SharePoint or MS Forms or whatever, and send a Teams message or email from that (because the form itself is the trigger, it will let you drop all the field values in the message).

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