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Using multiple Teams @mention tokens within single flow

Hi, 

 

Wondering if anyone out there knows what format to use when trying to list multiple @mentions for a scheduled automated MS Teams post? I've given up on @mentioning the Team - seems like that's not a possibility, but would be an acceptable solution.  The format I'm currently using for the @mention is the user's email address.  It seems to work when I use one email address, but I'd like to use 6-8 email addresses and contain them within a single post... Thoughts?

 

Thanks, Jesse 

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Hi @jdunn,

 

Yes, you could use the List group members action of Office 365 Groups connector to get all members email of the group, then initialize a string variable and create a Apply to each action to append these Emails within a <at> tag, and send a message as a bot, for example:

Screenshot 2021-01-15 161800.jpg

 

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Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Community Support

Hi @jdunn,

 

Yes, you could use the List group members action of Office 365 Groups connector to get all members email of the group, then initialize a string variable and create a Apply to each action to append these Emails within a <at> tag, and send a message as a bot, for example:

Screenshot 2021-01-15 161800.jpg

 

Screenshot 2021-01-15 161812.jpg

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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