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Create Item for SharePoint Event Calendar - All Day Event

I'm building a flow that will create a SharePoint Event Calendar item.  The users have entered the start and end dates in a form.  How do I make this an all day event?

 

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@ann_kpi  unfornutally you can't do that.



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Hi @ann_kpi ,

 

I have made a test on my side and couldn't find a way to add the All Day Event to the sharepoint Calendar list so we could see the column in flow, as @ChristianAbata  said, I'm afraid that there is no any way to achieve the requirement.

 

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Alice

 

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hi @ann_kpi  see this example

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addSeconds(triggerBody()?['EndDate'],2)

 



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Hi @ann_kpi ,

 

You could add a Compose to save the date firstly, and then you could format the date time as my screenshot below:

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Expression for the start time as below:

formatDateTime(outputs('Compose'),'yyyy-MM-ddT00:00:00Z')

 

Expression for the end time as below:

formatDateTime(outputs('Compose_2'),'yyyy-MM-ddT23:59:00Z')

 

Best regards,

Alice   

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Thank you both for the reply.  Unfortunately it still puts in the time for the calendar event.  Basically I need it to check the box in the event that says 'All Day Event'

 

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@ann_kpi  unfornutally you can't do that.



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@ann_kpi  you are welcome. Please consider to mark an answer as solution to guide others.



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Hi @ann_kpi ,

 

I have made a test on my side and couldn't find a way to add the All Day Event to the sharepoint Calendar list so we could see the column in flow, as @ChristianAbata  said, I'm afraid that there is no any way to achieve the requirement.

 

Best Regards,

Alice

 

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I've been searching for answers on this one and all the way back in 2015 this was a problem.  I just created a tax calendar for the business.  1500 rows inserted.  Flipping these one by one to All Day just to get the time off the calendar display is really not a good solution.  

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