New app for O365 customers called Booking.
It would be great to have a trigger for Bookings to create tasks in Asana or Planner.
I find the meeting invite that Bookings sends to customers pretty limited. Being able to automatically create meetings based on paramaters entered by customers would be game changing and a huge workflow automater, and differentiate over apps like 10to8 and calendly, which currently is a bit better.
That would be great to include the customer in our Flow business process !
Triggering the creation or updating of information from bookings in D365 CRM records would be great.
It would be great to be able to integrate MS Bookings with Azure Dev Ops and MS Tasks so that new bookings create events in people task or planner or Azure Dev Ops boards. This will allow bookings on services that need preparation or be recored in work systems to be done easily.
It would be great if there was a booking trigger and actions.
At this moment we have a project and every time someone needs to be added it's a manual task.
It would be great that if i update a list in SharePoint for example the person is added to the bookings Staff.
And at the same time populate his or her time as available.
I want to be able to use bookings to trigger an API call into a WebApp in SharePoint for automatic ticket creation.
How has this not been added yet?
My MVP friend Megan Walker is starting a blog series on using MS Bookings with the Power Platform. I think she has a few ideas on how to integrate Bookings with Power Automate. I would encourage folks to check out her blog and look out for updates. https://meganvwalker.com/what-is-microsoft-bookings/
@nickdoelman: Thanks that looks like a good blog series to keep an eye on
I have been looking at using the Graph API for bookings with the GET http connector in Power automate. I have created an app in AAD with the bookings permissions however I am finding difficulty in that you can only assign Delegated Permissions and not Application Permissions and have read this blog about the differences.
It seems PowerAutomate will not work with Delegated perms as it needs a user to login, anyone else got any ideas or experience with this?