Custom Format emails sent by SwimLane

Looking for a way to use custom branding for emails sent by Swimlane rather than just plain text
Anyone got any ideas or suggestions

Cheers
John

@jgannon I have personally seen using a Python task to create a HTMl body string for an email message as well as sending it via that task within Swimlane. Here’s is an example Python class to do this:

import json
import requests
import pendulum
import cgi, time
import smtplib

############ EMAIL NOTIFICATION VARIABLES ###################
__SMTP__PORT__ = 25
__SMTP_SERVER__ = sw_context.inputs['smtp_server']
__SMTP_USER__ = sw_context.inputs['smtp_user']
__SMTP_PASS__ = sw_context.inputs['smtp_pass']
############ EMAIL NOTIFICATION VARIABLES ###################


def convert_timestamp_string(timestamp):
    print(timestamp)
    try:
        dt = pendulum.parse(timestamp[:-1])
    except:
        dt = None

    return dt


class ManagerNotification(object):
     
    def __init__(self, id):
         self.id = id

    @property
    def id(self):
        return self._id

    @id.setter
    def id(self, value):
        self._id = value

    @property
    def emailBody(self):
        return self._emailBody

    @emailBody.setter
    def emailBody(self, value):
        email_address = value[0]
        full_name = value[1]
        app_name = value[2]
        last_login = value[3]
        self._emailBody = '''Hello, you are identified as the manager of %s (%s).
        
        Your information security team has identified that %s has not logged in to their %s account since %s.

        Based on our organizational goals of reducing costs of unused accounts, please reply to this email and let us know if this account can be deleted or is still being used.
        
        Thank you,
        
        Office of the Chief Information Security Officer
        ''' % (full_name, email_address, full_name, app_name, last_login)

    @property
    def to(self):
        return self._to
          
    @to.setter
    def to(self, value):
        self._to = value
            
    @property
    def sender(self):
        return self._sender
          
    @sender.setter
    def sender(self, value):
        self._sender = value
            
    @property
    def subject(self):
        return self._subject
          
    @subject.setter
    def subject(self, value):
        self._subject = value
            
        
    def send(self):
        # Prepare actual message
        message = """From: %s\nTo: %s\nSubject: %s\n\n%s
        """ % (self.sender, ", ".join(self.to), self.subject, self.emailBody)
        try:
            server = smtplib.SMTP("smtp.gmail.com", 587)
            server.ehlo()
            server.starttls()
            server.login(__SMTP_USER__, __SMTP_PASS__)
            server.sendmail(self.sender, self.to, self.emailBody)
            server.close()
            print 'successfully sent the mail'
        except:
            print "failed to send mail"