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You can achieve this with power automate like: Use Scheduled flow Retrieve SharePoint document library items for the current day (maybe using Send HTTP request to SharePoint action & filter query) Check the department column in loop Send consolidated email as per your requirements using outlook/mail connector This will require some complex logic for ...


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As per this thread, Try adding below code at the end in body (HTML editor) of send an email action: <div style="display: none;"> OR if above code is not working for you, try adding this code: <head> <style type="text/css"> .custom-div a, .custom-div a:link, .custom-div a:active, ....


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I agree with Ganesh Sanap. According to my research, the Send an email (V2) action does not support set custom name format (string) in From (Send as) field.


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As per the Send an email (V2) action documentation, From (Send as) is of type email & has description: Email address to send mail from (requires "Send as" or "Send on behalf of" permission for that mailbox). For more info on granting permissions please refer https://docs.microsoft.com/office365/admin/manage/send-email-as-distribution-...


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Not sure if this would completely answer your question, as I don't know which fields are being updated in the SPList. PowerAutomate: Trigger: When SPList is updated Send Email(?) with field: Modified By. That is, if you want to received multiple emails every time the list gets updated. PS There are other ways to do this with the Multi-line Text Column, ...


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