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Mike_Guzowski
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Office 365 Connector functions are different

During creating my app I've noticed the Office365 connector functions set is different than it was in my another app.

Same environment, same account. 
Does anyone experienced something like that? 

 

I need to use Office365.CalendarGetTable function which is missing now...

 

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It was related to different versions of PA release. If you create a new PowerApp using Contacts tempalte it will have one of the previous releases that has different methods set.

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Mike_Guzowski
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AH! I KNOW! Contacts App from PowerApps examples has different function set somehow...

How can I have the same function set in my another app?

v-monli-msft
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Hi @Mike_Guzowski ,

 

Functions for connectors won't change with different apps. Office365.CalendarGetTable function should be avaiable for all Office365 Outlook connectors. To show a list of available Calendars, set below formula in the Items property of a dropdown control or a gallery control:

Office365.CalendarGetTables().value

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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It was related to different versions of PA release. If you create a new PowerApp using Contacts tempalte it will have one of the previous releases that has different methods set.

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