I have a button that when pressed I want it to send an email to a specific user with the information selected via a combobox.
this is the code I am using but it is coming up with error "Invocation of unknown or unsupported functions.
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Bizzare.. Never had that feedback before...
If it helps, you can just go to YouTube and search for 'Chino Does Stuff'. Thats the name of my channel. There you will find several videos on PowerApps including the Email from PowerApps tutorial.
Hope this help!
A slight extension to this question, what if I want to send the contents of a whole Form within my app?
For example, the end user has completed a lengthy form (e.g. form name 'EditForm1') with many fields (30+) and I want them to be able to send themselves a copy of the form on email, including the data they have already entered.
Adding individual fields to the email code is easy enough but to go through and add each one from a big form seems the long way around. Any advice appreciated.
**Update** I couldn't find a solution to this in the end. Had to manually enter ALL the fields one by one into the body of the email. I understand this can be made a bit easier by using a Flow but you'll still need to select all the fields one by one, just not have to type them all.
I've got my button in my form sending an email but I want to change it to email the person that created the form. I've got the created by field on my form but cant figure out the syntax. I've added an attachment and if I put a person in quotes the email goes perfectly. But I want the email to go to the created by.
how can I enter two mail adresses into this?
I tried with &, but it doesn't work:
Mail.SendEmail( "firstname.lastname@example.org & "email@example.com", .....)
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