We want to approve sharepoint items so I created a flow and add records to mail body but it does not recoginse paragraphs and spaces. It is creating a big one paragraph sentence, so it is not user friendly and looks very bad. How can I enter paragraphs and make it tidy a little.If I do not enter these then they can not know, what they are approving...! Please check below, what I set up in flow management and how it looks in mail...
Hi! You have an item waiting for a decision. Document Information Property: Agreement Date: 2016-07-22 Document Type: Commercial Issues Counter Party Tenant Legal Name: Lease Information Description of Event: Lease Out Unit:111 Mall Income: SQM: Rental Period From: Rental Period To: Rent Currency: EUR ERV: Base Rent: ACT/Agreed Rent: SC Currency:EUR SC Amount: Marketing Charge: Service Charge: TO Rent % : Payment Frequency: Monthly Additional Guarantee/Month: Notes:
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Is this action meant to be used by business users? then they can not use it because one of my business users(most of those) will never understand what's </br> and they have to go to developer like me to develop email body for them. Please add formatting otherwise business users can never use it for sure. They can write simple hello world emails thats it.
That's a valid point - most business users would not be familiar with HTML syntax. If Raj has not already filed a bug, I will file one to track this work.
While it's nice to be able to add a line break, I'd like to know if we can expect support at least for basic HTML customizations such as bold, font color, style and etc in near future?
Its on our list of deliverables, but no timeline yet to support HTML formatting. Can you clarify what you mean by /br's not working yet?
I want to format the body of an email being sent from an Office 365 send email action so that it can be structured with breaks (html </br? between the salutation and the body.. i.e.
How are you doing.
I have no way of formatting that, it comes out like:
How are you doing.
I think the extra breaks are introducing by the sharepoint body, I think the simpliest way to fix it is just to not put break after the body, could you try that?
CAn you add the abilit yot format the email with basic HTML formatting. Having users receive an email with no formatting is not very professional and makes using this product unusable except for very basic functions.
Here's what it looks like when the email goes from Flow to OWA on O365. But it looks good when I forward it to Outlook on my desktop and then it looks good again when I reply back to the owa email address.