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Create an Event in Outlook Calendar based on Forms Responses.

Hey, I'm a filmmaker in a company. Besides shooting I also lend the equipments for a few teams produce their own content. BUT I loose so much time receiveing emails and setting up the calendar with the right time and date for these shootings. 

 

So, I created a Forms where they can send me all the info I need to set up the calendar event.

But I have no idea how to configure the FLOW (i'm definetly not a programmer) to catch these info from the forms and automatically create the event in my calendar:

- the person's name responsible for the request

- the person's team

- the time and date they want to shoot

- all the equipment they need

 

Does anybody know how to do it?

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@ltannure:

 

Would you object to using a SharePoint list for the purpose of submitting the data?  That will make it easier for things like date/time (rather than just date) as well as information on People such as email addresses.

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I'll try your solution and give back the feedback soon!

Thanks!

Hi @ltannure,

 

Have you tried the solution provided by ScottShearer?  

I think this is a very convenient way to implement your requirements. Especially convenient in Date/Time processing.

Please take a try and let me know if you have any question.

 

Best Regards,

Barry

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