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S_Tran
Helper III
Helper III

Assigned to Email field from Sharepoint comes up Null

I am using the template: Add Planner task, send email and post to Teams on SharePoint item creation.

 

My issue comes from "Send an Email" where the field I used "Assigned to email" comes up null.  The item is created in a tasks library and I assign the task to the user.  Which the email of that user is located under "work email".  I even have the email displayed for that user in the task window, but it's still not passing to the field "Assigned to Email:  flow capture.JPG

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fchopo
Super User
Super User

Hi @S_Tran 

You could get user details using "Get User profile (v2)" action, and then get user email:

userid.png

 

Hope it helps!

Ferran

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Proud to be a Flownaut!

I tried that and the error says "Resource not found".  I used the field "Assigned to" since I didn't see "Assigned to ID".  See screenshot for my available choices.Profile Capture.JPG

You can try with "Assigned to Email", although you already said it came empty (null). Just give it a try!

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Proud to be a Flownaut!

Same error :

"statusCode"404,
  "message""Resource not found"
fchopo
Super User
Super User

Pretty weird... Please, when creating the task, use "AssignedTo email", so maybe the error has nothing to do with sending the email.

2021-10-14 17_02_54-Solved_ Planner Assignee Property does not work - Power Platform Community and 1.png

 

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Proud to be a Flownaut!

I still don't have any luck.  The flow works when I see use the field "Created By ID"  But for some reason I do not see "Assigned user ID"

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