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Kentgladwin99
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How to send mobile push notification to recipient (that I created as a variable)

OnSuccess mode (Form), how to set the recipients' script that able to push notification to the user that I entered in the form.

I tried manually enter by user's email, but only able to send to a specific person instead of a user that entered "Operation Manager" - ["exemple@contoso.com"].

 

Also, for sending an email to the user that I entered, how can we set as to send to the user. 

 

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v-yutliu-msft
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Hi @Kentgladwin99,

You could use variable as Email in PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification function.

For example, you use a textinput to fill in Email.

To send notification, you could use this formula:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[Textinput.Text], message:"A new case was assigned to you."})

If you use "drop down.Selected.Email" to represent the email that you select, you could try:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[drop down.Selected.Email], message:"A new case was assigned to you."})

You could also use some certain emails:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification(
	{
		recipients: ["email1@contoso.com", "email2@contoso.com"],
		message: "message in the notif toast",
		params: Table({key:"notificationKey", value:"The value for notificationKey"}),
		openApp: true
 	}
)

 You just need to make sure the data in [] is text type and represents email address.

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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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v-yutliu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Kentgladwin99,

You could use variable as Email in PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification function.

For example, you use a textinput to fill in Email.

To send notification, you could use this formula:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[Textinput.Text], message:"A new case was assigned to you."})

If you use "drop down.Selected.Email" to represent the email that you select, you could try:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[drop down.Selected.Email], message:"A new case was assigned to you."})

You could also use some certain emails:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification(
	{
		recipients: ["email1@contoso.com", "email2@contoso.com"],
		message: "message in the notif toast",
		params: Table({key:"notificationKey", value:"The value for notificationKey"}),
		openApp: true
 	}
)

 You just need to make sure the data in [] is text type and represents email address.

 

 

Best regards,

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

View solution in original post

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