Gmail Pack: Email Multiple Recipients

Does anyone know the simple answer to how to send the email to more than one recipient? I’ve tried what fells like every variation on the AND command, but no matter what I try, it negates the field entirely.

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I think for multiple recipients, it wants a text value that has all the addresses separated by commas… Try:

thisRow.Guests.Email.Join(",")

And if you need the last one:

thisRow.Guests.Email.Join(",") + "," + [Sarah Jean Kwapien].Email
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Hey there!

@Nick_HE you actually don’t need the join(). You can just pass that field a list() and gmail reads it fine.
So you could probably do:
ListCombine(thisRow.guests.email, Sara.email)

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@Nick_HE and @Scott_Collier-Weir, thank you both!

Both solutions worked great. Went with the ListCombine command as it was even shorter.

Much appreciated!

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