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PeKi72
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Is it possible to put a DateTime variable into the Subject of the action Send an email (v2) ?

I had this powershell line before:

 

subject = 'Backup standby-lijsten ' + $now.ToLocalTime().ToString("dd-MM-yyyy");

 

That puts a DateTime variable into the field subject of a email

 

Can this also be done with Power Automate action Send an email (V2) ? And i so

how can i specify the format ?

 

Gr. P

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VictorIvanidze
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