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Microsoft Teams flow to create post is posting the expression instead of the Dynamic field's content

The Microsoft Teams flow for creating a New Post in Teams, is posting the formula or expression, for example  @{triggerBody()?['Title']} , instead of printing the contents of the Dynamic field from the trigger (which is SharePoint new item created).  I am trying to including several Dynamic fields in the post and it is doing this for all of the fields I am trying to include.

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After some testing figured out the cause of this!!!!

 

Was trying to have the post alert the MS team group by using the @ symbol and the Team Name in the opening line of the post to be created.  This was causing Flows to read the entire post as code.  Removed the opening @ symbol from the Posts content and the Dynamic fields worked.

Apologizes for not testing completely before posting.  Hope this helps someone though.

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After some testing figured out the cause of this!!!!

 

Was trying to have the post alert the MS team group by using the @ symbol and the Team Name in the opening line of the post to be created.  This was causing Flows to read the entire post as code.  Removed the opening @ symbol from the Posts content and the Dynamic fields worked.

Apologizes for not testing completely before posting.  Hope this helps someone though.

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