I want to create a event with none-reminder to Office 365 calendar by Microsoft Flow.
None-reminder does not mean 0 min - reminder.
None-reminder mean without any reminder.
and Current "Office 365 Outlook - create event"'s reminder value require integer type,
which cannot set null for none-reminder
1. When a new event is created on Office 365 calendar,
2. Create a event wih none-reminder on other tenant's Office 365 calendar for block the time.
I just tried the "Is Reminder On" through several iterations on a test flow and it is not working as expected. So I have reached out to support to have them troubleshoot. I will let folks know what transpires from that exchange as I feel this property is the right one to fix this issue.
That said, I like @hboisvert's "hack" as well. 😀
Tried @hboisvert hack on my flow. As soon as the item was created, I got a notification of that item as it was made in Outlook client from Office 365.
I'm facing the same issue. I set the "Is reminder on" to false but unfortunately, all my events have 15 minutes reminder 😕 This is a pain as one of my objectives to automate is to get rid of many unnecessary reminders I have at the moment in my calendar.
It is annoying for flow owners to receive unwanted notifications. This bug should have been fixed by now.