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Link as an output using Flow

Hi

 

Is there any workaround for the bot to respond a clickable link in the response if the output from a Flow is a text?

 

Thanks

 

Ezequiel

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Hi @ezequiel ,

 

Yes, sure.

You can use the Markdown: https://docs.microsoft.com/pt-br/power-automate/approvals-markdown-support#links


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Thanks @renatoromao for the answer. Can you provide any example? Should I setup the markdown on the Flow or directly set it up in the PVA?

 

Ezequiel

@ezequiel ,

 

You will configure inside the Flow (Power Automate).

I'll send an example below.


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@ezequiel 

 

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