Why in Flow was deprecated the commands "Send an email (DEPRECATED) and Send an email with mailbox shared (DEPRECATED)"? And the new versions, we only can send an email with html format. However, when a I take a text from PowerApps, the Flow don´t recognize the text like HTML so, I lose the text settings like paragraphs.
Someone could you please help me?
You can pass the content from PowerApps and send that as an HTML using the version 2 actions as well. You can click the </> code view to add the code there:
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Hi @johnnykhalil20 ,
If you edit the Body in Html editor, it will automatically add some HTML tags according to your operation. For example, when you add a new line, it will automatically add <br>.
If you just place the Dynamic content containing text in the Body, the above operation will not be performed, and its original format will be ignored.
Microsoft is making a few important updates to the connector as we migrate the underlying API to use the Microsoft Graph API instead of the Outlook REST API. Please check this blog:
In addition, you can also refer to the following methods to achieve your needs:
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