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vynnettekj
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How to insert a "Clck Here" in an email?

I am try to  create a "Click Here" button to open the specific item in an email

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abm
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Hi,

 

If you meant by how to create a link with an href the add the below code in body of your email.

 

<A HREF="http://www.yoursitelink.com">Click Here for details</A>

 

Click the adavanced options from Send email flow and set 'Is HTML' property value to true.

 

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v-micsh-msft
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Hi vynnettekj,

 

Could you please share more details about "Create a 'Click Here' " button in an email?

Have you tried the Add an action when creating the flow?

Add multiple actions and advanced parameters to a Flow

Please provide us more details regarding what you would like to achieve, so that we could offer some more suitable suggestions.

Regards

 

 

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When an item is created, an email is send to the approver.

 

The email is as follows:

 

A new Microsite Site Development Item has been requested and is pending IT development.

Requested By: Requestor
Date Requested: Date Requested

This request is pending IT development.
Please Click Here to view request form

 

 

I need assistance with making the "Please Click Here" a URL link back to the request form

 

 

 

abm
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Super User

Hi,

 

If you meant by how to create a link with an href the add the below code in body of your email.

 

<A HREF="http://www.yoursitelink.com">Click Here for details</A>

 

Click the adavanced options from Send email flow and set 'Is HTML' property value to true.

 

Thanks



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Hey... did you realy read the question?

 

The user need to know how to create dynamic href inside an email.

 

Your answer is not right.

 

So, the post is still open.

 

 

 

abm
Super User
Super User

Hi @PauloRech 

 

1. Declare a variable as string.


2. Set the value of the variable as your dynamic mapping website address (eg: http//:www.yoursite.com)

 

3. In your email body place the cursor where you want to place the address and click the expression tab.

Use the below expression.
concat('<a href=', variable('yourdynamicmapping'), '>Click here for details</a>')

 

Thanks

 

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Thanks @abm 

 

It works for me...

 

but now, I discovered that I cant use parameters from a URL inside a SharePoint Custom Form.... The function PARAM() did't work inside SharePoint.

 

Can you believe?

 

Tks again.

Hi @PauloRech 

 

Thanks for your quick reply. 

 

Please have a look at this post

 

https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/186654/pass-the-query-string-value-to-newform-aspx-sh...

 

If you need further help you could post in SharePoint forum and hopefully someone could assist you.

 

Thanks

 



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@abm I just found this post and your answer was exactly what I was looking for...thank you!

GauravAgarwal11
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@abm  I tried same but getting this error. Created these actions for variables
Could you please guide.

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Hi @GauravAgarwal11 

 

Error says your reference of variable is not quite right. Could you create a new thread and post a screenshot of your flow.

 

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