I have a collection: TableX
I can use Launch(mailto: email@example.com, with Concat(TableX, Product & "%0A%0A%")) with Windows 10 Apps (and even in Project Siena), where "%0A%0A%" = Carriage Return, where data in collection (example under Product, is email in body as VERTIFICALLY...
But when I do the same for Android,m it fail and it also failed in Microsoft Flows.
It always show: Acer 10 Samsung 4 Asus 2 Surface 3 (in horizontal).
Today, after the new update, Microsoft Flow for email works. Thanks, but yet I can't achieve sending collection.
Email.Run("firstname.lastname@example.org", "My shipping list", Concat(TableX, Product & " " & Qty & " " & "%0A%0A").
"%0A%0A" did not work. Any alternative? PG. Thanks
I had tried Char(10) [I got it from Project Siena forum under your thread]...anyhow, it has no result, too.
I will await for PG Staff to update me if this is available!
NB: In fact, %0A%0A is something I learnt from Browser, where I open Email, and hit F12 to see the source code and learnt from their source.
Can you try &Char(10)&Char(10)& so it does two? I didn't realize you had two of those "%0A."
I am also interested to see this work since I want to email out tables as well.
In fact, I had tried numerous combination but all are in vain.
Is alright. Please awaiting reply from PG and I am sure they have solution for that.
(As I mentioned, %0A%0A works only on Win 10 with Launch(mailto:...) but failed on Android and surely iOS).
I trust MS Flows will be the best solution. Hold on and wish we got their support to have the table/collection sent out then my Shopping App will be complete! Bravo!
I was answered on there https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Forum/Send-information-by-Email/m-p/3371#U3371.
I may not sure it will help to your problem.
nope a aolution. awaiting PG for permanent and right solutions across all platorm because my method is also only works formWim 10, that's not the way.
anyway thanks a lot.
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