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Helper II
Helper II

Get Event & Keep checking calendar

Hello,

 

As some of you probably know there isn't really a way to be able to check calendar events of a meeting room from a shared mail (only personal calendar).  I'm working on a PowerApp that shows the availability by bullets: green or red if the room is available or busy. 

 

So I'm trying my way to create a custom flow proces that does the following:

 

in Flow:

  • Create a SharePoint list with the columnnames of these conference rooms.
  • Make a connection with the mail that belongs to one of the rooms
    • create: When an upcoming event is starting soon V3
    • create: Make an item in SharePoint - (depending on the room mailname to the specific columnname) and make it write to the SharePoint list: Busy

In PowerApps:

  • I create label that shows the last edited word that has been written to the list in that type of the column
  • So the label will be either: Available or Busy (depending on the automated flow proces)
  • Now it's only connecting the words Available or Busy to the green or red bullet.

 

Here comes the error though:

How can I make sure that Flows recognizes the ending of this event so it can write Available to that type of the column in my SP List again?

 

 

I was thinking: Wouldn't it be possible to create a Flow that keeps checking my calendar until it doesn't see the event scheduled and then sends: Available to the SP list?

 

 

FlowProces1.PNG

 

 

My SP list:

 

FlowProces2.png

 

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Community Support

Hi @Fouad ,

 

There is no any way in Microsoft flow could check the schedule event in Microsoft flow currently.

 

Best regards,

Alice       

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Fouad ,

 

There is no any way in Microsoft flow could check the schedule event in Microsoft flow currently.

 

Best regards,

Alice       

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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