Introduction to getting dynamic content in an expression.
In many cases, this is necessary to use dynamic content in a function.
There are rules for expressions, but it is more efficient to put dynamic content in place in some action to check the expression than to figure it out.
Mouse over to see the formula for dynamic content.
triggerOutputs()?['body/Body'] items('Apply_to_each') body('Get_email_details')
In this case, the above syntax can be used by entering the formula as is.
You can type it in by hand, or you can copy the syntax as it is by opening the "code preview" from the "…" menu of the action while there is dynamic content.
No @ is required. After copying, click the "Done" button to return to the original state.
In many cases, it is used as a function argument.
To use variables in expressions, use the variables function.
Variable names are enclosed in '.