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FXavierTech
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Template Mail - Dynamic value in button

Hello community,

 

I'm trying to update severals email template, we need to put a dynamic url linked to a portal in the button, but I don't know if it is really possible ? I don't find anything on internet related to this..

 

Any ideas ?

 

template button.png

 

Thanks for your help

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EricRegnier
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Hi @FXavierTech,

Yes you can assuming the type of portal you are using (e.g Power Apps Portals) supports a direct link to the desired page with a redirect after login. You can format that URL directly in the template (e.g. myportal.com/orders/edit/{!OrderId} )
Hope this helps! 

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EricRegnier
Super User
Super User

Hi @FXavierTech,

Yes you can assuming the type of portal you are using (e.g Power Apps Portals) supports a direct link to the desired page with a redirect after login. You can format that URL directly in the template (e.g. myportal.com/orders/edit/{!OrderId} )
Hope this helps! 

FXavierTech
Frequent Visitor

Hi EricRegnier

 

Thanks for your reply.

Indeed I format my URL like I need, I just insert a html code directly in the body in order to create a new button and it works fine !

The issue was when I click on the button in orange on my screen, it open a popup and I cannot insert here what I want so the solution to create my own button works fine.

Have a good day

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