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Creating an Outlook meeting request from a PowerApps fed through a sharepoint list

Hi everyone, hopefully you can answer my question :

 

We have a shared calendar from which we send event/meeting invites to various internal users, we would like to use a Sharepoint list to generate the data for the app and send an invite from the shared calendar to the people that have shown an interest. Their interest could be shown by having the user select the event from within the PowerApps app and confirm their RSVP there.

 

When their RSVP is confirmed in the app/AP list the meeting request would then be generated and sent to the different attendees that have signed up.

 

Would that be possible by using a combination of a Sharepoint list and PowerApps? Also it must be possible to change details, add or remove attendees manually from within.  I was thinking of Flow but it cannot change the name of the meeting organiser I think and sends it from my calendar as I am the owner of the Flow

 

Regards

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Re: Creating an Outlook meeting request from a PowerApps fed through a sharepoint list

Hi @Hockeymom,

 

Please check on below blog about Calendar App, I think this could satisfy what you want to achieve:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/building-an-internal-event-calendar-app-in-flight/

 

Regards,

Mona

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Re: Creating an Outlook meeting request from a PowerApps fed through a sharepoint list

Thanks I will look into this post and see if it answer the requirements.

 

Regards

Hockeymom

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