OK, maybe not the right group to put this into, but I'm not a developer really so I'll give it a try anyway. I have Office 365 which means I get Flow for free. I'd like to automate some emails around standard events, especially when I just set them up. Rather than use SMS for standard system notifications I thought I'd just have Office 365 or Gmail send me a mail when it's completed. Unfortunately Office 365 doesn't work unless you have an online mailbox, but Gmail works (probably outlook too but I didn't try).
I've been able to use Flow with the HTTP GET request to send notification emails out but I had to hard code the "To", "Subject" and "Body". That means one flow for each event (bummer). I want to use variables so I can just adjust those in the connection request.
HTTP Message Received
https://prod-01.westus.logic.azure.com:part of a really long url/paths/invoke?api-version=2016-06-01&sp=%2Ftriggers%2Fmanual%2Frun&sv=1.0&sig=PGRnumbersandsuchUX_1jD2andmoreZo
I chunked out some of the details just in case, but honestly I don't know where to inject the variables or even if I can. I'm missing something clearly, but as I said above I'm not a developer, just interested in learning, May not be able to do variables with a GET. It would be good to know that too...
Let me know!