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Track Office 365 Calendar Responses

I'm trying to determine the best method for tracking response to a meeting invitation sent from an Office 365 calendar.  I have the flow action triggered by a modification to an existing calendar item and let it email the response status - but I receive numbers back (I assume those numbers cooresponse with responses such as 0= no response, 1= accepted, etc) but I am not confident if that is the case.

 

What is the best process to actively show changes to a meeting status?

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Hi Wiggity,

 

May I know what is your trigger? Please take a screenshot of each step of your flow.

 

Regards,

Mona Li

 

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How did you define the body of the email?

 

Regards,

Mona Li

 

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Not sure what you mean by defining the body of the email.  I wait for a modification to an existing calendar item as the trigger (that presumably identifies response changes, from no response to accepted, to declined, etc)  

 

I then have it email that response (as a test) so I caCapture.PNGn identify if something is accepted or declined.

is there any update on this?

 

I would also like to understand in systemic way 

who is / has 

 Accepted

 Tentative

 Declined

 No Response

 Proposes New Time

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I also would like a trigger when a response is received, e.g. update a spreadsheet when an event invitation is accepted, or declined.  It would also be nice to know if the responder is required, optional, or resource

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