Hi Chad,I copied and pasted the formula and added a semicolon into the property field of the button where I want the two flows to run.It works, sort of?When it runs from the SendprintableForm Flow it interacts with an HTML file, located in a Gallery, It's part of a search function. This adds details to a table which I have linked to certain fields using code 'ThisItem'. (<td>"&ThisItem.FirstName& " " &ThisItem.LastName &"</td>)When I select the button which as the two flows they both run but only the table and the image are displayed, not the additional information from the 'ThisItem' link.
Chris,Based on this statement:
"Due to GDPR we can not keep any data / image until the visitor as consented which is the last action of the process."I don't think there is a practical way to do this in one button click. When you say "last action of the process", I assume you mean in Flow (using an Approval or some other mechanism).I'll be honest and say that I have not even attempted to send an image with metadata from PowerApps to SharePoint, using Flow or otherwise, so that whole formula seems foreign to me. I'm sure it makes sense to someone who's done this (or something like it) before.