Hi, I am in need of a way to extract a user inputted email address to then email a powerapps form content to. It seems you can't just call the field into the 'SendEmailV2' function. Has anyone come across this before? any help would be much appreciated Thank you
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Post the code you've tried. We cannot help if we can't see any code.
Also, you can reference a Text type data field in the SendEmailV2 function so is your field of type Text or are you trying to reference a different field type?
in the 'OnSelect' of the powerapp form I have...
SubmitForm(Form1);Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2("xxxxxx.Anthony@xxxxxx.qld.gov.au", "Authorising Officer Email address_DataCard1","Req Copy of Contact Information from Policelink",HtmlText5.HtmlText);
I think its a text type field.
Just trying to retrieve a typed in email to then send a copy of the powerapp submmission to the inputted email.
Seems you are trying to send an Email to 2 email addresses, is that correct? If so, try this
SubmitForm(Form1); Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2( "xxxxxx.Anthony@xxxxxx.qld.gov.au" & ";" & 'Authorising Officer Email address_DataCard1'.Text, "Req Copy of Contact Information from Policelink", HtmlText5.HtmlText );
please refer to the text property of the input text control:
Authorising Officer Email address_DataCard1.Text
Also you need to refer to a property in case of the ”Req Copy of Contact Information from Policelink" control.
Hope it helps !
Doesn't like the .Text , I get an error message "Name isn't valid, 'Text; isn't recognized.
the field it's supposed to be getting the email address from is just a 'simple line of text' field
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