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Button flow with variable

Hi

I’d like to create a flow that starts when users push a button which then opens a form then sends the info via email. 

Is it possible to have a variable brought over from the push button and hold that variable in memory til it can be added into the email?

 

thanks

Becky

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When you create a flow that uses an Manual Trigger you can add one or more fields to the trigger.  When you do that a form is created that displays when you start the flow.  The information you fill in to the fields in that trigger will be available as dynamic content in the flow. Click add an input and then select the data type you want to request from the list.

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When you create a flow that uses an Manual Trigger you can add one or more fields to the trigger.  When you do that a form is created that displays when you start the flow.  The information you fill in to the fields in that trigger will be available as dynamic content in the flow. Click add an input and then select the data type you want to request from the list.

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