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Pull email address from login to Form

Hello everyone!


I'm trying to send an email based on the login credentials of the person who has completed the form. I have a condition set up that Question XX = yes, then a follow up email is sent to the person completing the phone to update the Customer details on our CRM ( this part of automatically updating the CRM doesn't look like this one can be automated, unfortunately as it’s not hosted on Flows)


I’ve figured that I should use User().Email, but I am not sure how to trigger it in the ‘To’ field in the ‘Email To’ action.



This is an internal project authorization form, so everyone is on Office 365.





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Hi @mhills91,


Could you share a screenshot of your Flow configuration?

It seems that you want to get the Responder's email.

You can configure your Flow like this:



Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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