I am trying to create the following:
All this works fine with the Flow template. Now here comes the tricky part:
Could you tell me what I'm doing wrong?
According to your description, I create a flow as below. In the action “Create an event in Office 365 calendar”, when I configure the Calendar id, there is a drop down list for selecting, I don’t need to fish out the id from the URL. Below is my flow configuration, hope it can be a reference for you:
If I misunderstand you, please feel free correct me.
Thanks for your answer. I get the same drop down but it only shows the calendars in the mailbox of the user you're signed on with in the Flow. I need to show the calendar on a SharePoint Online site....
Do you want to create an event in the Default Calendar list in SharePoint Online?
When I configure the action “Create item”, I fill the name of the Default Calendar list, I get an error likes below, but I actually have created a calendar list named “Calendar test”:
When you configure the action with the custom value, do you get any error messages?
I retest this issue according to @Perumal's workaround, and it works for me now. Please enter the Calendar name in the List name field to see if this works for you.
I created the work flow mentioned, but the only problem that i have encountered is that when I create an item in the calendar is not possible to set the all day event
can someone assit me?
how can i get the employee ID automatically when the employee enter the site and create item ??? or in another words how can the flow get the employee ID directly when the employee enter the site???
If you modifiy a list or insert a file or a new item you can take the name and all the infirmation of the creator or the modifier
is one of the option when you create e flow
I don't know if you can do it immediately, but after the approval you can modify the list and add the enployee ID in the modified fields
in the same way how you can insert the approval status
i hope that this can help you
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