1 Lets Goo
The flow can be tested by adding a list and creating a flow by
clicking Flow from the Menu
O365 email id will be used to configure email functionality (you can use Outlook email as well)
The list items contains an attachment on each rows – this can be
enabled by selecting List settings -> Advanced settings -> select
“Enabled from Specify whether users can attach files to items in this
lets make it mandatory that each list item contains an attachment -
for this test
- Making use of the primary column ‘ID’ to refer each row of the list
in this Flow
- LETS HAVE A LOOK NOW WITH AN EXAMPLE
The flow has been created on a list called Student which got 3 columns (Title, Student Name, Class)
• The flow can be created directly by clicking on the Flow button as shown in the image above, Select the type of event were the user needs to send email, here we are using the following option to send once the user adds a new record.
• The initial flow will looks like when a new item is created and this will be the starting point of your Flow
• Start designing the Flow by using Get Attachments action, give the Site Address, List Name (Name of the list were we are attaching Flow )and ID which is the unique identification for rows in list
• Get the attachment content activity and fill the details
• Send email functionality will come inside the Get attachment content to get it linked with the content, click on
Add an Action Button to achieve this.
- Send an Email (select Outlook 365/select Outlook) activity we need to
provide the recipients email address and Subject .
- In the Body part we can include the list fields by adding the
appropriate one using search option
- Select the Attachments Name-1 and select the field you want to
display (here we are using the Display Name from Get Attachments
- Attachments content section needs to be have Attachment content from
the Get Attachment Content activity
- The Flow is ready to Save now, click on
The completed flow will looks like following:-
Hope this would help ....Enjoy !!!