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Office 365 Calendar to Google Calendar - Trigger on Events deleted

I am using the Flow templates for both creating and modifying events in Office 365 and having them flow to Google Calendar. So far, this is working well, however, when I delete an event in Office 365, the event does not get deleted in Google Calendar. Is this something that is coming for these two applications? 


Also, if there is a way to achieve two-way sync of calendars without having an infinite loop of events, that would be excellent to know as well. Ideally, I'd like both calendars to sync simultaneously, but I have yet to find a way to acheive this, either through templates or building my own Flow (although, perhaps I don't know enough programming language to build my own?)

Status: Completed

You can now set up templates that accomplish these scenarios: -- these include triggers on events being deleted.

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Sync Sharepoint Calendar Lists (including filtered views) with Google Calendar. Complete with support for all-day events, and series of events (reaccurance)


Creation, deletion and edits of events in the calendar.

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Right now there is no trigger for O365 calendar for if a event is deleted. There is a condition for "Is cancelled?" but right now it doesnt seems to work, it would be more straight forward to use a trigger for deleted event instead of adding a conditions for "If event is modified"

Sounds like a great idea. I would also like to be able to trigger flows based on calendar event deletes
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Is there really no way to have a "delete" trigger on Outlook calendar cause the action of deleting the item in the google calendar?  Without that, this whole flow from O365 to Google Cal is completely useless.  Am I missing something so incredibly obvious, or is Microsoft missing the obvious?  Please help if I am just being dense and cannot get this to work or if you know of a workaround.  Thanks.

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I'm in need of the event 'when an Outlook event is deleted', so voted in favour of this Idea.

But I am also the sync-back mechanism of the Event-DID - as referred to by Krusert. Outlook creates an ID the flow to Google creates an Google-event (and Google is creating its own ID, there is no option to send the Outlook-ID to) but there is no way back to Outlook to update the event with the Google-ID.