Yesterday, I wrote about creating Microsoft Planner tasks from email using Microsoft Flow. At the time, my flow wasn’t quite working because for some reason Flow wouldn’t pull through the details of all of my plans. I even deleted and recreated a plan but Flow would only show me one. And entering a Custom Value with the name of my plan in my flow resulted in a Schema error for field PlanId in entity Task: Field failed schema validation.
That was, until I found a very useful nugget of information in the PowerApps Community forums. To find the PlanId, open the corresponding Plan in a browser and the last part of the URL contains the PlanId:
Put that into your flow and the corresponding list of BucketIds should then be visible:
Now my flow runs and puts the plain-text contents of an email into the subject of a new task. Unfortunately, I’m still working on how to populate other fields in the task and I think I may have hit the current limits of the Microsoft Flow-Planner integration.