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Create calendar invite for specific time

How can I have flow specify the start and end time for a calendar invite?  Ideally, the approver should just be able to specify the time.  Thanks!

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You could use this expression to figure out what the next day is:

Concat(formatDateTime(addDays(utcNow(),1),'yyyy-MM-dd'),'T','09:00:00')

utcNow() will get the current date, so feel free to leave this in, or replace it if you want something specific.

 

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Hi @mweibeler you can enter times into a calendar just by selecting the required action. What you may need to provide more information on is how you're expecting the users to supply the time in the first instance.

 

If I've not quite understood what you're asking for, please provide more info then either myself or someone else in the community will be able to pick this up.

 

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I want to create an Outlook meeting for the following day @ 9AM CST when an approver provides approval via email.

Thanks for you response!

You could use this expression to figure out what the next day is:

Concat(formatDateTime(addDays(utcNow(),1),'yyyy-MM-dd'),'T','09:00:00')

utcNow() will get the current date, so feel free to leave this in, or replace it if you want something specific.

 

If you have found this post useful, please give it a thumbs up. If it has answered your question, please accept it as the solution so others can benefit.

@MattWeston365





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Awesome, this worked.  Thanks!

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