I have a list with a multi select choice field, depending on which option has been selected I want to run some steps in Flow.
This could be difficult.
The logic of field equals value doesn’t work as I might have multiple values selected.
This is where Flow makes things easy for you.
My Choice column is called Checks.
In my form I can pick form 3 different options.
Now when I look in Microsoft Flow I can see 3 different Checks.
Which one should I use?
Checks returns you a json objects as an array so that you can step through the different options selected in your tick box.
this option is good if you would like to get hold of the other information in your json. For example the Id of the option.
The Check Item gives you the full json as a single array object that you can work with. If for example you want to count the number of item selected you might want to use this.
Now finally the option that I was after, Checks Value.
This simply gives me the options that I’m after. Now I want to run different steps depending on the options selected. A plain switch would not work, however we are inside the Apply to Each. With a switch inside the Apply to each we can get the flow to run something for each option that could be selected in my choice field.
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