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MaxR
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O365 Outlook event recurrence

For O365 Outlook events, there is a dynamic content item called "Recurrence" that represents the recurrence pattern in an event.  But in "Create event (v2)" when you expand the recurrence property and select dynamic content, the item "Recurrence" is not available.  See snap below.  It is an available item when you select "Number of occurrences" but it seems like it should be available in the Recurrence proprty.  Am I missing something?  I absolutely would not rule out my own misunderstanding.

 

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Re: O365 Outlook event recurrence

Hi @MaxR ,

 

I am wondering that which action you got Dynamic content- Recurrence.

I did a test on my side, either When a new event is created or Get event (V2) action generated Dynamic content-Recurrence can be configured in Recurrence field.

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If it is not displayed in the list, you could click See more and it will display all Dynamic content.

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Please take a try.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: O365 Outlook event recurrence

Hi @MaxR ,

 

I am wondering that which action you got Dynamic content- Recurrence.

I did a test on my side, either When a new event is created or Get event (V2) action generated Dynamic content-Recurrence can be configured in Recurrence field.

16.PNG

If it is not displayed in the list, you could click See more and it will display all Dynamic content.

17.PNG

Please take a try.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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