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How to update an Outlook calendar event from trello update card

I'm trying to create an updated flow on my outlook calendar starting from a trello card update, more precisely when I need to reeschedule a specific taksk. I already have set the flow from trello to outlook calendar event creation. However I am not having sucess to set an update flow when a 

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Hi @ArturFerreira 

 

As I understand, you have a Power Automate that creates events when a Trello card is created. Then, when you have an update to the event, you want the Trello card updated correctly?

Screenshot 2020-08-18 at 10.14.08.png

 

If this is the case, you can do it easily in 2 steps. However, you need to save the ID information of the Trello card to be able to update it. You can add, in the first Power Automate, a list with the mapping from the event to the Trello card and then use that information in another Power Automate to update it.

 

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Manuel

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HI @ArturFerreira 

 

Nice. Try it out and if there's an issue let me know and we'll fix it.

 

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Manuel

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Super User II
Super User II

Hi @ArturFerreira 

 

As I understand, you have a Power Automate that creates events when a Trello card is created. Then, when you have an update to the event, you want the Trello card updated correctly?

Screenshot 2020-08-18 at 10.14.08.png

 

If this is the case, you can do it easily in 2 steps. However, you need to save the ID information of the Trello card to be able to update it. You can add, in the first Power Automate, a list with the mapping from the event to the Trello card and then use that information in another Power Automate to update it.

 

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Cheers
Manuel

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Hey @ArturFerreira 

 

 

I think you lost a part of your explanation there.

I would try the solution that @manuelstgomes provided 🙂 and let us know.

Maybe it would be helpful if you add some screenshots in the process.

 

Kind regards


Tom



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Hi, Thanks for you message.

 

Actually what I'm looking is to find a solution where everytime I make an update directly in a trello board (in a previous existent card) the event saved in my outlook is updated according the new due date. Now about your previous answer is a good strategy to combine this within my flows

 

Thanks in advance

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HI @ArturFerreira 

 

Nice. Try it out and if there's an issue let me know and we'll fix it.

 

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Manuel

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