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mattthew
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Can you @ Mention anyone in Teams from a flow?

Seems to just come across as a text value.  Thanks!

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Missing a step.

 

You can add MENTIONS. Posting this response a couple years later... 

 

STEP 1: Type message then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code.

STEP 2: Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

 

You will see <p> and </p> surrounding all of your text. Do not change. This is CSS coding language (cascading style sheets) for HTML or structured documents.

 

This solution is missing a step, which some folks may not catch if not familiar with CCS.

 

You can add MENTIONS. Posting this response a couple years later... 

 

STEP 1: Type message then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code.

STEP 2: Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

 

You will see <p> and </p> surrounding all of your text. Do not change. This is CSS coding language (cascading style sheets) for HTML or structured documents.

This solution is missing a step, which some folks may not catch if not familiar with CCS.

 

You can add MENTIONS. Posting this response a couple years later... 

 

STEP 1: Type your message then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code. Far right above message window.

STEP 2: Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

 

You will see <p> and </p> surrounding all of your text. Do not change. This is CSS coding language (cascading style sheets) for HTML or structured documents.

Missing a step. After typing then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code. Far right above message window. Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

 

You will see <p> and </p> surrounding all of your text. Do not change. This is CSS coding language (cascading style sheets) for HTML or structured documents.

I got the same thing. Prior solutions were missing a step. After typing then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code. Far right above message window. Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

 

You will see <p> and </p> surrounding all of your text. Do not change. This is CSS coding language (cascading style sheets) for HTML or structured documents.

Yup. They missed a step in their instructions. After typing then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code. Far right above message window. Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

 

You will see <p> and </p> surrounding all of your text. Do not change. This is CSS coding language (cascading style sheets) for HTML or structured documents.

Missing a step in your instructions. After typing the message then click "</>" icon from the message editor bar to show code. Far right above message window. Then add <at>mention@company.com</at>

Zage
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To Everyone having the Issue in Logic Apps that the mention tag '<a>tag@tag.com</a>' gets rendered as a string in the teams message.

 

If you initialize a String variable and then use the Variable in the Teams Message Action it will actually work.

 

 

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