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Connecting to Google Calendars for multiple Google Accounts

I want to sync data from the calendars belonging to two Google accounts to a single Office 365 calendar.

 

When setting up one of the Google Calendar flow templates, I am asked to authenticate a Google account.  I can only access the calendars associated with this account, and I have no way of deauthenticating and then authenticating with another account.  Has anyone figured out how to do this, or if it is impossible?


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Re: Connecting to Google Calendars for multiple Google Accounts

Ok - I figured out how to do this.

 

Share calendars between your Google Accounts - you can then access them via the same account and so can Flow!

 

I would have thought it was possible to do this by adding a new connector for the second accound (PowerApps lets you do this and the connections are shared with Flow), but the calendars aren't available for selection, and entering the calendar uniqueID results in a 404 error.

 

But at least the sharing through Google Accounts options works for me. Hope this is helpful to others wanting to consolidate calendars.  Shame Microsoft haven't exposed the Sensitivity property through their API (so you can set events to be private when synced from Google Calendar).

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Re: Connecting to Google Calendars for multiple Google Accounts

Ok - I figured out how to do this.

 

Share calendars between your Google Accounts - you can then access them via the same account and so can Flow!

 

I would have thought it was possible to do this by adding a new connector for the second accound (PowerApps lets you do this and the connections are shared with Flow), but the calendars aren't available for selection, and entering the calendar uniqueID results in a 404 error.

 

But at least the sharing through Google Accounts options works for me. Hope this is helpful to others wanting to consolidate calendars.  Shame Microsoft haven't exposed the Sensitivity property through their API (so you can set events to be private when synced from Google Calendar).

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