I am struggling to put html in an email from a shared mailbox... The "Send an email from a shared mailbox (V2)" Action does not have the IsHTML option and I can't just put my html inside because the display is different from the one expected (I tested it on different html editors to double check, the error seems to come from outlook/flows and not the html itself)
I get this html in a string, generated from a Power app, I get something like:
I read somewhere that I should pass this to a variable or a compose but it did not work either.
Is there a way to give this html to this flow action?
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Please click on </> icon and then pass the HTML
Option 2 -You can use "Convert HTML to Text" and then pass the output to the "Send an email from a shared mailbox (V2)" Action
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Hi @CFernandes ,
Thanks for your reply, I already tried that without success.
For the first one, the option does not work, and the option reset when I close and reopen the flow.
And the second just removes the indent and points.
Here is the result when I select the </> option (it's the same as when I don't select it):
And second result with HTML to text:
I am also using send an email (v2), which is disturbing my sequence in email.
I want Date Key should be in desc order. In my sql it is but while sending email, email received as above format.
Can anyone please help me?
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