I am new to power apps but have gained some ground in the last 2 months and now I have hit a road block and was wondering if someone could help me? I have built a portion of my app where my regional sales managers can request product samples and send me an email notification. I have built the collection and can email my collection - NO PROBLEM. My problem is that My collection will ONLY email the latest entry. So lets say I have 5 Unique entries in my collection - When the email notification is sent - I will only see the latest entry - 5 times in a row, I don't get the rest od the unique entries in the email. Has anyone come across this before? Please help and thanks
Would you be able to provide a bit more detail about how you are sending the email? What service are you using (Flow, the Office365 connector etc.)? What are the formulas you are using/have tried? How is the collection being sent (csv file attached, HTML table etc.)?
Thanks for getting back to me.
1: I am using Office 365 Outlook to send the email
2: I am sending a TABLE
3: I have attached images of how I have set everyting up
The 1st image is of the way I have set up the code to collect the info to create the collection
The 2nd image - You see that the collection IS working because you see 2 unique entries
The 3rd Image is the code used to email the collection
The column name in your collection is RSM and I_IRDSM is the control.
So, when you say Concat(SampleReq2, "RSM: " & I_IRDSM... the I_IRDSM control's value will have the last data entered. It is iterating though the collection the correct amount of times, just pulling the same data from the control I_IRDSM everytime.
Use the collection's column name, try:
Concat(SampleReq2, "RSM: " & RSM...
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