I have searched for previous solutions, but have not been able to understand the explanations provided. I'm hoping to get this question is answered in a straight-forward thinking, novice-level explanation that can help myself and others.
If we have a SharePoint Person or Group column that allows the user to select multiple persons, how can we create a flow that allows an email to be sent to these multiple emails? Assuming we've followed the other tutorials that assist with the other parts of the flow, how do we convert multiple emails into a string?
Assuming the column name is "Managers", selecting the dynamic content for Managers Email returns an error:
Unable to process template language expressions in action 'Send_an_email_(V2)' inputs at line '0' and column '0': 'The template language expression 'triggerBody()?['Managers']?['Email']' cannot be evaluated because property 'Email' cannot be selected. Array elements can only be selected using an integer index. Please see https://aka.ms/logicexpressions for usage details.'.
I've attempted to follow other solutions and initialize a variable, but many solutions omit several steps.
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This video will show you how to achieve what you want if I understand your question: (1) Power Automate get SharePoint Group Members & flow... - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com). It works great. One would think this process should be as easy as it is in SharePoint Designer workflows though.
Thank you for attempting to help. But in this case, I am not trying to get the whole SharePoint group members. I simply have a SharePoint list.
I have a SharePoint list and one of the columns is a Person or Group column. When anyone adds an item to this list, they will be required to select one or more users to apply to that column. I'd like to then trigger an automated flow that will send an email to all persons selected.
I have a very similar scenario. I'm not sure where to place the "Variable" or what to do afterward to send the email to multiple users with selected dynamic content. This is my scenario thus far.
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