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ctarascio
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Get value for dynamic URL to use with "friendly" hyperlink

Hi,

This is my first post and i'll try to provide as much information as possible. 

I have a flow that sends an email. It is working fine except for one thing:

There is a line in the email that says: "Click here to view this form". 

The "here" in the above statement should be a dynamic URL that takes the user to the current form. So the url is different for every form the user submits. 

I realize i can insert the "Link to item" dynamic content field and that works but it looks really ugly. 

Is there any way to get the dynamic content of the URL and paste it into the work "here" using the rich text editor available when you use the "Send an email V2" action?

 

Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

Cynthia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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tom_riha
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I don't think it's possible in the rich text editor. You might need to switch to the HTML editor and define it there.

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Hi, I am so glad I posted because all I was doing was spinning my wheels. Your solution worked perfectly! Thank You. We prefer to use the rich text editor and not the html code view but I think we can live with this. Thanks again, Cynthia

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tom_riha
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I don't think it's possible in the rich text editor. You might need to switch to the HTML editor and define it there.

image.png

 image.png

 

 



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Hi, I am so glad I posted because all I was doing was spinning my wheels. Your solution worked perfectly! Thank You. We prefer to use the rich text editor and not the html code view but I think we can live with this. Thanks again, Cynthia

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