MS Flow – adding timestamp in the middle of a filename whilst retaining file extension

This video demostrates how Microsoft Flow will read the attachment name of an incoming mail attachment. The attachment will then be reconfigured with a timestamp after the filename followed by the extension attribute it was originally sent with. Adaptive cards are also used to notify users within a Teams Channel and allow the users to open the file directly from the notification.

This video is part 2 of my original post on creating an adpative card and copying the attachment into Teams – click here to view.

Ryan Wilson
Azure and Office 365 Technical Architect | Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: Office 365 | Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert | Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: Productivity | Microsoft 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert | Microsoft 365 Certified: Messaging Administrator Associate

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