Trigger MS Flow when the email is related to an incident.

Trigger MS Flow when the email is related to an incident.

In this blog post, you'll discover how to trigger a flow specifically when the email is associated with an incident. Let's say you have a requirement where you only want the flow to trigger if the email is related to an incident. This tutorial will guide you through the process of adding a condition in Filter rows to ensure that only relevant emails trigger the flow.

By filtering the rows and adding a condition, you can refine the trigger conditions to only emails related to an incident. This ensures the flow runs efficiently and only when necessary. The tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to achieving this, making it easy for you to apply the technique to your own workflow.

Whether you're a tech-savvy professional or just starting with MS Flow, this blog post provides detailed insights to trigger your flow when the email is related to an incident.

To learn more about how to apply this technique and make the most of your MS Flow, head over to the article by clicking the link provided below.

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