the field is set to required in the sharepointlist. Copyright 2020 Dynamic Communities. Annoying part is i could do it using MS Forms and Flow easily but my PowerApp replacing that function. Nope - need to use a different commandlet too. submit formula - onSelect =SubmitForm(Form1);SubmitForm(Form1);Office365.SendEmail(Label3.Text,"Send email from PowerApps","Item: hello"). I would like to add 'ForAll()' but I am not sure how. On 'OnSelect' button I wrote the below syntax but this only sends an email to the last person that was selected from the drop down list. New to PowerApps need some help .

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One would perhaps think that Azure Logic Apps (or Microsoft Flow) would be needed for this, but this is not the case. Office365.SendEmail(DataCardValue74.Selected.Email,"Subject","" & ID).

I am trying to send multiple emails to people selected in a sharepoint people picker field called 'Approval needed by'. Second Parameter is Subject. Can't seem to make it work with commas/semicolons. It worked but I have to make a few changes. Third Parameter is Body. Join us for an in-depth look at the new Power Apps features and capabilities at the free Microsoft Business Applications Launch Event.

Have you tried adding a semi colon and additional email addresses in the CC area? Send an email to addresses (2) which are selected ... but as i said i dont know how to implement it using the 2 People/Group fields.

I need a function that sends an email to the user of the power app and cc's multiple accounts. Thank you.

Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Integrations, Power Apps Community Demo Extravaganza 2020, Business Value Webinars and Video Gallery, 2019 Microsoft Business Applications Summit Recordings (Archived), Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2020 Session Recordings, What i would like to do is send a copy of the form to email addresses which are selected with People/Groups when the form is submitted. I only get one cc to work. We will pick this from the textbox that we have created, txtSubject. Then you jsut add one label control in your screen and rename it as Label_testthedatacardselectemails, Label_testthedatacardselectemails.Text:Concat(DataCardValue12.SelectedItems.Email,Email &","), On your side:Label_testthedatacardselectemails.Text:Concat(DataCardValue8.SelectedItems.Email,Email &",")   (Label_testthedatacardselectemails is the label's name you add in the screen,you can change the name what you want), On my second attachment my form name is Form3, your Form name is Form1,so your Submit Button.OnSelect:Submit(Form1);Office365.SendEmail(Label_testthedatacardselectemails.Text,"send from app","hello")  ("send from app","hello" is the subject and body of the email to test,you can change it what you want).