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Kucster
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Link in Send an email (v2) getting corrupted after saving and opening again

I've built a flow with a Send an email v2 action. In the body of the action, I've built a link using dynamic data from previous actions. I can save and test it and it works great. If I close and go back in and look at the link it is corrupted, and I need to rebuild it. Is there anything I can do to stop this? Please see the screen shots for what it looks like, link is at the bottom. Thank you for your help

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tom_riha
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Hello @Kucster ,

as I said in the other question related to this problem, you can avoid it if you add a 'Compose' action before the email, build the email in the 'Compose' and then use its output in the email. I don't think there's any direct solution to avoid this, only a workaround.



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tom_riha
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Hello @Kucster ,

as I said in the other question related to this problem, you can avoid it if you add a 'Compose' action before the email, build the email in the 'Compose' and then use its output in the email. I don't think there's any direct solution to avoid this, only a workaround.



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