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JM0
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MS Forms Date and Time Converted for MS Flow

I've searched the forums, and although I'm pretty sure my issue is about formatting, I've not quite found a solution ... help?

 

The scenario:  A user enters into an MS Form a Date, Start Time, and End Time.

 

In MS Flow, I'm trying to create a calendar invite that would pop onto a shared calendar ... which posts to the correct date and time.

 

Here's what I have - I'm not receiving any error messages, but the calendar invites don't appear to be created. Help?

 

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JM0
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Thanks everyone ... funny how sometimes the answer is SO easy, you just don't think of it ...

 

The time zone converter was confusing the situation ... I removed those, left everything else as-is, and it works perfectly!

 

Thanks, all!

 

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efialttes
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Hi!

Can you share a screenshot from your flow execution results, so we can see the details related to 'Create event'?

The dates assigned as inputs etc.

Thanx!



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abm
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Hi @JM0 

 

Try doing a formatDateTime expression to yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm format using Date Support & Start. Same do for the End time as well. Finally you have two formatted start and end date which you can map to Create Event.

 

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Hi @JM0 ,

 

If Flow can be successfully executed, you need to configure user email in the Required attendees or Optional attendees field. The corresponding person will receive the event invitation.

 

Please try again.

 

Best  Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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JM0
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Thanks everyone ... funny how sometimes the answer is SO easy, you just don't think of it ...

 

The time zone converter was confusing the situation ... I removed those, left everything else as-is, and it works perfectly!

 

Thanks, all!

 

View solution in original post

abm
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Hi @JM0 

 

Thanks for the update and glad to hear that you found the solution.

 

If your problem has solved, please go ahead and mark the post as solved by clicking “Accept as Solution” so that this thread will be marked for other users to easily identify!

 

Thanks



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