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Resolver II
Resolver II

a text with hyperlink in Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2 function

Hello all,


I have a submit button once a user clicks on the submit button, it sends an email out. In the body of the e-mail, I would like to have a message of "Please review the request detail, Click link for details". 


And on the word for "link", I want it to be a hyperlink text but I am not too sure what I am doing wrong it just doesn't turn to a hyperlink text. Please help!


Below is the formula I have:


"New Request Alert",
"Please review the request detail, 
'<a href='PowerAppsLink'>Click link for details</a>", {IsHtml: true}));



@WarrenBelz  Let's try this again.  Any idea why I'm getting the error on the https: within this statement.  If I copy this entire code and paste it somewhere and then click the link, it works perfectly.  However, within my PowerApp it has the Red X which renders it inoperable.  The error message says "name isn't valid - the identifier isn't recognized".  Thank you.  


@CindyZ ,

This is an old closed link, but you need to understand syntax a bit on string code (for your own sanity) - what you need is

"Here is a link to this event <a href='https//'>Click link for Details</a>"

You only need the & signs if you are inserting a non-static (field value or variable) - this applies to all strings, not just URLs. You simply need to enclose the URL in single quotes.


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Warren, my apology for the delay and for using an old post.  I'm sorry -- but thanks! You're guidance really helped! 


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