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I want to send a notification email when a user saves a form. I have two forms in my entity that I use. However, each form should have it's own email. Currently, this is my flow:
Not only do I want this triggered when a new record is created, but when a specific form is used to create the record. Which action do I use?
I'm using Dynamics CRM 365, PowerApps and Flow.
You can add an option set field (use of option set instead of two options is for any future additions more forms) to the entity with values such as Saved From Form A, and Saved From Form B for example.
You can then drop this option set on both forms.
You can create separate business Rule for each form to set the default value and also make it read-only so that user won't be able to change it.
So this approach will allow having a way to identify if the record was saved from Form A or B.
Your flow should use the Dynamics 365 Connector and trigger on Record Create of your entity record.
And then in flow, you could check if the value of the above-mentioned field. If the value is From Form A, then send form A type email and if its From Form B, then send the Form B type email.
You can add a kind of flag into the forms as seperate, you update this flag during onsave based on forms then you can read this flag during the triggering your flow. You can move forward based on flag value ;)
Sorry that I didn't respond sooner. Your solution worked.
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