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Creating calendar event when a sharepoint list item created

Hello,
My need is to create an event in the user's personal calendar that creates a new item in a sharepoint list.
I do not see what to put in Calendar id

for example
if userA creates a new event in my sharepoint list I want to add an event to userA's general calendar
if userB creates a new event in my sharepoint list I want to add an event to userB's general calendar

 

Any idea ?

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Hi @Tissot04 ,

 

Basically, if you want to add an event to UserA's general calendar, you need to use userA’s account to configure the connection for Create event action.

 

If there are only two such users, you could consider first determining who the user is creating the item, and then configure Calendar id in Create event action that configures the connection separately.

If you have multiple users, consider using Switch to add options.

 

As long as the account associated with Create event action configured in the corresponding branch is guaranteed to belong to the corresponding user.

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Or you could consider creating a separate calendar, sharing it with UserA and UserB, then creating an event in this separate calendar.

Please take a try.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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