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Using Office 365 Calendar actions in a loop

  • Updated: 5/06/2020
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Using Office 365 Calendar actions in a loop

You must use certain Office 365 Calendar actions within a Loop action.

Prerequisites

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).

Procedure

To use an Office 365 Calendar action within a loop, follow these steps:

  1. Double-click or drag the Loop action from the Loop package in the Actions palette.
  2. Select the For each meeting in calendar iterator.
  3. Enter the session name that you used in the Connect action.
  4. Enter the calendar name.
    This field is case-sensitive.
    The prepopulated value is Calendar; this is the default Office 365 setting.
  5. Select whether to loop through All meetings in the calendar or only meetings with the specific title.
  6. Specify the meeting start date and time.
    Select a DateTime variable from the drop-down list.
  7. Specify the meeting end date and time.
    Select a DateTime variable with a value that is the same or after the start time.
  8. Optional: Enter the location.
  9. Optional: Enter the duration in minutes.
  10. Optional: 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.
  11. Optional: Enter the meeting owner's email address.
  12. Select or create a record variable to hold the output.
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