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Pictures in flow email

Hello everyone,

 

I created a flow so it gets the image from sharepoint, but the problem is that when i logout from the sharepoint the flow doesn't shows the image. Just wanted to know, where should i keep the image, Should i store in Onedrive or is there any other alterntive?

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Super User II
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Re: Pictures in flow email

Hi @Anonymous 

 

When you say "the flow doesn't show the image" you mean the flow sends something like an email or something and the no image appears, correct? If so I wrote an article about it that you can find it here.

 

The issue is that, once you're logged in, you have permission to access the image. When you logout the system cannot know if it's you or someone else trying to access it, so it doesn't show it. It's doing its job protecting the information. 

 

Storing it in OneDrive only works if you define a public URL for the image, then you can share it, and everyone that has access to that URL can see it. 

 

If it's nothing of what I just described, can you please add more details?

 

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Cheers
Manuel

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Re: Pictures in flow email

@Anonymous 

Can you provide a little more detail on your issue.  Post screen shots will help others assist as well.

 

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Re: Pictures in flow email

Hi @Anonymous 

 

When you say "the flow doesn't show the image" you mean the flow sends something like an email or something and the no image appears, correct? If so I wrote an article about it that you can find it here.

 

The issue is that, once you're logged in, you have permission to access the image. When you logout the system cannot know if it's you or someone else trying to access it, so it doesn't show it. It's doing its job protecting the information. 

 

Storing it in OneDrive only works if you define a public URL for the image, then you can share it, and everyone that has access to that URL can see it. 

 

If it's nothing of what I just described, can you please add more details?

 

If I have answered your question, please mark your post as Solved.
If you like my response, please give it a Thumbs Up.

Cheers
Manuel

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