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kellysolutions
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Send EMail with Options - Who responded

I have a flow that sends an email with options. There is only one option, an acknowledgement.

 

When the user clicks on the button, everything updates.

 

I would like to record the email address of the person that presses the button.

 

Can this be done and if so do you know which field / technique to use?

 

Thank you,

 

Paul

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Rei0116
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Unfortunately, we do not support an option to get the responder from the Send an Email with options. You might want to create an idea here if it is not already there: 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

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abm
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Hi @kellysolutions 

 

Please see this post reply by  @yashag2255 

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Flows/Send-email-with-options-to-multiple-people-and-re...

 

 



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Unfortunately, we do not support an option to get the responder from the Send an Email with options. You might want to create an idea here if it is not already there: 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

CCW
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I found a solution to this, when I was looking into it this came up on google so might be helpful for others.

Send Email With Options is going to multiple users, I only need 1 to respond but it would be nice for audit to record the name of who it was who responded

 

I used the action Office365 - Get User Profile (V2) 

User (UPN) is the output from Send Email with options "UserEmailAddress" 

 

This will return the profile info and you can pick out whichever output is of most use to you. 

 

just make sure office365 and outlook are using the same connection 

jerinke
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I tried your solution.  It doesn't work because the User ID and User Email Address outputs from Send Email With Options are empty.  I think we will have to use an Approve action.

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