I am trying to send an email from my DRUID uipath chatbot with a pdf file attachment but I have no clue how to upload a file from chatbot. I am new to this so please help.
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Although I don’t immediately know the answer to your question, I wanted to let you know that the Chatbot service is now deprecated, see here:
You might want to rethink the approach based on this information.
@loginerror, @Kushagra_Bisht - the deprecation notice is specifically for the chatbot connector preview. The Druid chatbot that you’re using is unaffected by this notice and will continue to be available.
On how to upload a file from the Druid chatbot - you’ll need to use the File Upload step.
Documentation and a tutorial video for the File Upload step can be found in the help page accessible from your Druid environment
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