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Office 365 Calendar package

  • Updated: 10/19/2021
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Office 365 Calendar package

The Office 365 Calendar package contains actions that enable you to automate meeting-related tasks in Office 365 Calendar.

Before you start

Perform the following actions within the Office 365 Calendar package as part of using the set of available actions:

  1. Use the Connect action to establish a connection to the Office 365 server.
    See Using the Connect action.
    Note: Office 365 packages do not currently support Multi-Factor Authentication or Single Sign-on.
  2. Use a combination of actions available in this package to automate tasks.
    Note: To use actions from other Office 365 packages, establish a connection using the Connect action from that package.
  3. Use the Disconnect action to terminate the connection.

Actions in the Office 365 Calendar package

The Office 365 Calendar package includes the following actions:
Note: Some of the actions must be used within a Loop action to apply the action to each meeting in the calendar. See Using Office 365 Calendar actions in a loop.
Action Description
Add attachment Adds one or more attachments to a meeting. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
  • Provide the session name that you used in the Connect action.
  • Select the files to attach from the Control Room or your desktop, or insert a file variable. Separate each file path with a comma.
Add attendees Adds one or more attendees to a meeting and specifies whether attendance is optional or required. During run time, this action triggers an email notification to meeting attendees. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
  • Provide the session name that you used in the Connect action.
  • Enter the attendee emails into the Required or Optional fields. Separate each email with a comma.
Cancel meeting Cancels the meeting. During run time, this action triggers an email notification to meeting attendees. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
Connect Establishes a connection with the Office 365 server using your organization's client ID and tenant ID, and user credentials.

See Using the Connect action.

Create meeting See Using the Create Meeting action.
Delete attendees Deletes attendees from a meeting. During run time, this action triggers an email notification to meeting attendees. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
  • Provide the session name that you used in the Connect action.
  • Select an option to delete: meeting or attendees. To delete attendees, provide the email addresses of the attendees, separated by commas.
Delete meeting information Deletes information related to a meeting such as the title or location. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
  • Provide the session name that you used in the Connect action.
  • Select the meeting information to delete. The options are:
    • Title
    • Location
    • Agenda
    • Reminder
    • Recurrence
    • Is all day
Disconnect Terminates the connection with the Office 365 server. Enter the session name that you used in the Connect action. Insert this action at the end of automation sequences that use actions from this Office 365 package.
Get available meeting slot(s) See Using the Get available meeting slots action.
Modify meeting Modifies information for a meeting. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
  • Provide the session name that you used in the Connect action.
  • Modify any of the following:
    • Meeting start or end date.
    • Convert the meeting to all day.
    • Revise the meeting title.
    • Revise the agenda.
    • Update the location.
    • Update the reminder.
    • Update the recurrence, frequency, start date, and end date.
Respond to meeting Responds to a meeting as accepted, rejected, or tentative. You can also add a message to the response. Use this action within a Loop action to repeat this operation for each meeting in the calendar. See Loop package.
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