Currently, there is no Autocrat function can be used in Flow. Please consider submitting a request on Flow Ideas Forum so that it might be considered in the future releases:
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Has anything changed regarding this in the past year? Or is there an option to achieve a similar result using multiple flows chained together?
I.e., Could you use this: https://us.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/galleries/public/templates/2be590104bdd11e78896d10a96d3fac3/reco...
so that an email is generated (to a non-sharepoint user/general email address) that links them to a document they can then download/print?
Hey there, @c-bock!
Thank you for following up! It appears that there is still no OOB connector for the service that you mentioned.
Thanks in advance!
Please see the screenshots below:
What I am doing is, getting the response from the form and creating an array that contains the question and the response. (Note: I am hardcoding the questions here from the form).
With this array, I am creating an HTML table and saving this as an html file on OneDrive (this is a temporary file that i am creating). Now with the Convert File action from OneDrive, I am converting the HTML file to a PDF file and creating the PDF file on OneDrive. The next step is to delete the html file and send create a sharing link for the PDF file. In the send emal action, I am sending the URL of the pdf file and I am also attaching the PDF file with the email.
Please let us know if this works for you.
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