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jaxapmi
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Helper I

Create Event (v4) Subject Line Defaults to User Name when Shared Calendar is Required Attendee

When running a test for the below template, the subject line of the event that is created is correct on my Calendar but is not correct for the Shared Calendar.

Book a new calendar event after a new SharePoint List item is created.

 

Below is my flow and I've also included a screen shot as to how the events (I ran two tests one not using location and the other using location for the event) look on my Calendar and on the IT Shared Calendar (the "required attendee").

 

My colleague, who receives the invitation for the IT Shared Calendar, shared that the meeting invitation email does show the correct Subject/Event name. However, the issue shows up when the invitation to the shared calendar is accepted.

 

For now, we will use the "location" as a workaround, even though it's a bit rough.

 

However, if there is a fix to getting this to work, I would be very grateful. Thank you.

 

FlowScreneShotCreateEventSubjectError.png

 

 

Note: The top event in Calendar (on the left) is the bottom event in the IT Shared Calendar (no location was used)

The bottom event in Calendar (on the left) is the top event in the IT Shared Calendar (used a location in the event creation in Flow)

CreateEventSubjectError.png

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mcin9781
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Hello Jaxapmi,

 

This issue seems like it may be a bug,  I would recommend opening a support case so our engineers can look further into your issue.

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