Using Office 365 Calendar actions in a loop
You must use certain Office 365 Calendar actions within a Loop action.
This action uses two Datetime variables to set the meeting start and end. Define the values before you start. For more information, see Your variables (user-defined).
To use an Office 365 Calendar action within a loop, follow these steps:
- Double-click or drag the Loop action from the Loop package in the Actions palette.
- Select the For each meeting in calendar iterator.
- Enter the session name that you used in the Connect action.
Enter the calendar name.
This field is case-sensitive.The prepopulated value is Calendar; this is the default Office 365 setting.
- Select whether to loop through All meetings in the calendar or only meetings with the specific title.
Specify the meeting start date and time.
Select a DateTime variable from the drop-down list.
Specify the meeting end date and time.
Select a DateTime variable with a value that is the same or after the start time.
- Optional: Enter the location.
- Optional: Enter the duration in minutes.
Mark the All day meeting option.
For an all day meeting, ensure that there is a one-day difference between the start and end dates.
- Optional: Enter the meeting owner's email address.
- Select or create a record variable to hold the output.