Foremost, sorry because I thought you were the same creator of the Gmail pack (I’m really new to coda). I don’t know how it works, but if you like you can try it, just add gmail pack, and you will see that in the content when you insert a = to write a formula you can also select any page and it gets send in the email with all the format and the information. But I really don’t know how it is possible, it is incredibly handy that’s for sure.
@Walter_Rodriguez I have just released a new version which allows you to send a complete page. Please have a try
@Allison_Serafin1 I am not sure if this is the same functionality which you were talking about in an earlier post? JFYI
@ All Microsoft Outlook Mail Pack users, who are using the “Send email” or “Create draft” button:
If you are using the “Content HTML” parameter and checked the checkbox (first screenshot), you will see an error message (second screenshot).
The fix of this error is easy: just open the button’s settings via a right-mouse-click and click into one input field and click into a second input field. That’s it. Alternatively you can make a small change and undo it. There just needs to be a kind of trigger to force the button to update the logic in the background.
The “Content HTML” parameter does not exist anymore, through the latest update the text within the “Content” parameter is interpreted as HTML by default.
The second update is that complete pages can be sent via the “Content” parameter, just start typing “=” within the “Content” parameter field and a suggestion box will pop up displaying the pages of your current Doc. See screenshot attached.
If there is still anything unclear, please let me know.
I can not reproduce this issue.
Can you please explain how you are referencing the content for the “Content” field within the “Send email” button?
How did you create the text block with the grey background? Initially I thought it is a “Code block” but it looks slightly different and has not a name to reference.