If you want to get all the users in your SharePoint site you can use :
Try using below endpoint to get the Site Members from Members group:
To get the specific property for user, you can add $select query as given below:
There is a space between Item: and Title%!
You should use it without space like this [%Current Item:Title%]
Below is the correct way to get instead of adding it manually
At subject, Click on eclipse ....
Add or Change Lookup.
Current Item > Title.
Note: you can also use Fx button to show the title as a subject without adding any additional text.
This is now possible, though the action is in preview. The action is "export email", and is an action, not a trigger. So first have a trigger based on receiving an email, then "export email", then a sharepoint create file action, which can use the "body" property of the export action for the file content. (the body property is the email, not just the body of ...
If you don't want to send the email to the manager based on the item being created or modified, why not create a new field called 'Email to Manager' - make it a choice field with the options Yes / No. Then make a workflow - it's trigger is a 'Yes' in your new field.
Ensure you set the start conditions for the workflow to Start on Creation and Modification. ...
If you have the budget then you might want to use Nintex or K2 or migrate to SP Online and use MS Flow.
Using SSOM, you can write a function (inside event receiver/ VS workflow) to send an email
as shown in this link.
Per my test in my SharePoint online environment, I add the image in the email body in the workflow 2013.
The image can display in the outlook and OWA. But in the outlook mobile app, the image cannot display.
I am afraid that it is the issue in the outlook mobile app.
I suppose it is by design.
I'm probably committing a fatal faux pas here, but I think I solved my own problem. Paulster, your question led me to the issue.
I mentioned twice that I've confirmed that the two comparison fields had the same value. I did this by adding both to a list view. They both displayed the same person, in Display Name format. But, for whatever reason, if I ...
I had the same question as well with SharePoint Workflows. After researching and not finding a solution, I re-wrote my WorkFlow to a MS Flow and made a connector with the email address I wanted to use for that Specific Flow Step.
As you have anonymous site you are using on Prem. So you are using either SP Designer 2010 or 2013 Workflow. If I remember correctly, that WF will trigger under the account you published it. So you need to publish it with account that has the necessary privileges and set it up to trigger when item is created/modified.
There is no possibility of receiving an alert on item if you don't have permission on it. But what you could do is to create an WF. Have a list when item is created WF starts and sends an email to whoever you need. You might have some auxiliary list with the email recipients here to achieve your full requirement.
This is very basic requirement and here is to give you generic idea on how to implement.
Assuming you are on SharePoint online.
There are 2 options
Option 1. Create Microsoft flow with re-occurrence every day on timing like 9 AM, 4 PM and 6 PM, you need to implemented all your custom logic in flow to send on basis of your conditions like status is pending, ...