You can use a template in Power Automate to send an email when a Planner task is completed. However, this template returns the Completed by field as a user ID, and not as a display name. And the dynamic content available for a completed task does not include Completed by. We can, however, get this data using an expression. Here’s how to do it (video at bottom of post):
- After your trigger (When a task is completed), insert the Get user profile (V2) step.
- Click inside the User (UPN) field, then select Expression from the dynamic content panel
- Paste the following expression in the box and click OK
- Now, in your next step (email, Teams post, etc. – however you’re sharing the completion message), use the dynamic content from the Get user profile (V2) step to insert Display Name.
- Save and test your flow.
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