Please suggest me, better way to posts yammer group from RSS feeds.
I tried to configure a flow below.
RSS - "When a feed item is published"
Yammer - Post message
"Feed title" "Feed Summary"
Title, HTML taged text....
Can I strip HTML tags from summary?
I need only text and URLs.
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I am pleased for good news!
Currently I use tags below.
[Feed title] [Feed published on] [Feed ID]
split-tags %20 (space)
seach-key hash tags.
Can you please share how this was solved?
I'm also using flow to push an RSS feed to Yammer and the Primary Feed Link is presenting HTML code which I'd like to remove.
I couldn't quite tell from the discussion what the action is.
In case anyone comes looking for a solution to the above (bit late now for Jon, of course) but I found it by using the connector Content Conversion - HTML to Text.
This hasn't help-ed solve my problem, which is that my RSS feed does not appear to trigger the RSS Flow Trigger - I'm trying to find out why - I'm not sure but it might connected to the fact my RSS feed of choice doesn't end in "rss", but rather, "rss.aspx?obj=39&sev=1&filtertype=1"
Thanks Walker - this is a very useful new connector!
In case it helps with your failed trigger, for one or two of my flows I have found a 'Recurrence' trigger, combined with a 'list all RSS feed items' action and an 'apply to each' works pretty well - it doesn't *appear* to import duplicates (it gives an error when no feed items are found, but that's fine).
My next problem is how to deal with RSS entities that are not available in the provided component: in particular, I really need to make use of dc:creator
I'm trying to get Microsoft flow to post a Yammer message every time I add a new calendar event. I there any help documentation on how to use the Text conversion connector?
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