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Karteek
Level: Powered On

get email from peoplepicker field

Hi, 

I am new to Powerapps, I am trying to launch mailto event  on button click in edit form.

I have requester (Peoplepicker) field in the form.
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OnSelect I am triggering the event like this.
Launch("mailto:""&subject=Something goes here")

I would need requester email id inorder to send email.

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

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panand99
Level 10

Re: get email from peoplepicker field

@Karteek 

 

When you used the Office365.SendEmail(To,Subject,Body,..) it is asking for you "Sent To"

 

You can pass the requestor.selected.email in "To" and as well as pass the subject and body

 

 

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panand99
Level 10

Re: get email from peoplepicker field

@Karteek 

 

You can use Office365.sendemail to send the email.

 

You need to add Office365 as a data scource


@Karteek wrote:

Hi, 

I am new to Powerapps, I am trying to launch mailto event  on button click in edit form.

I have requester (Peoplepicker) field in the form.
powerapps.png

OnSelect I am triggering the event like this.
Launch("mailto:""&subject=Something goes here")

I would need requester email id inorder to send email.

 

Any help would be much appreciated.



@Karteek wrote:

Hi, 

I am new to Powerapps, I am trying to launch mailto event  on button click in edit form.

I have requester (Peoplepicker) field in the form.
powerapps.png

OnSelect I am triggering the event like this.
Launch("mailto:""&subject=Something goes here")

I would need requester email id inorder to send email.

 

Any help would be much appreciated.




connection to use that.

 

Karteek
Level: Powered On

Re: get email from peoplepicker field

@panand99  Yes, But client specifically like to send it from Outlook app as he wants to edit the email before sending it.

panand99
Level 10

Re: get email from peoplepicker field

@Karteek 

 

When you used the Office365.SendEmail(To,Subject,Body,..) it is asking for you "Sent To"

 

You can pass the requestor.selected.email in "To" and as well as pass the subject and body

 

 

View solution in original post

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