The Conditional Branch widget branches the workflow based on the status of up to two conditions. If the conditions are met, the workflow follows the True path. If not, the workflow follows the False path. If more than two conditions are required, Conditional Branch widgets can be nested.
Drop other widgets in each branch to take different actions for True or False conditions.
- When entering a condition to match values in SharePoint Person or Group or Choice columns configured to allow multiple values, enter the matching value in the format listed below:
- Person or Group columns: User1;User2 (Note: There is no space after the semicolon for the match condition, even though SharePoint displays one in the actual column value.)
- Choice columns: Value1, Value2 (Note: The space after the comma is required.)
The values must be listed in the same order as they appear in the SharePoint column. For example: If the condition is listed as User1;User2 or Value1, Value2, SharePoint column values entered as User2; User1 or Value2, Value1 will not match.
|Condition (Required):||Click to open the Condition Builder form.|
|Condition:||Choose from a set of pre-defined conditions or compare two data sources using a set of logical operators. See the table below for a list of available conditions.|
Example of Conditional Branch Widget
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