I am trying to create events in Google Calendar from Outlook/O365 events. It mostly works, but all-day events in Outlook come across with UTC as the time zone, so in Google calendar, they're offset. Here's some snippets:
Above, you see StartTimeZone is UTC for this all day event, even though I'm in PDT. Below, how things look in Google Calendar. Since UTC is 7 hours ahead, the event shows up at 5pm on the previous day:
This is definitely not a problem with the Google calendar connector; it's using the data that's coming across to it. It's somewhere in the Outlook connector that it's incorrectly specifying the UTC for the all day events. Events at specific times come across correctly.
Any chance this can get fixed? Thanks!
Thanks for the feedback.
Currently Microsoft Flow would convert the time into UTC timezone, and there are ideas submitted on this already:
Please vote the idea up if it meets your requirements, or you may consider submit your own.
Further, for a workaround, we may take use of Addhours function to add the time offset within compose Action.
Formula within the Compose Action for the Start time should be:
For End Time, formula should be:
Function reference: WorkFlow Definition Language.
I've found the solution:
insert in the start time:
in the end time:
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