As it is not listed in the immediate LOV i presume it is a custom value but cannot find any references to it. I think i have found the Group ID, but not the calendar reference. Go to Solution. If you would like this feature to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:.
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Message 1 of 4. Accepted Solutions. Message 2 of 4. Wobbler Level: Powered On.Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Officeeven when you're working remotely. An Office group is different from a contact group formerly called a distribution list. A contact group is a set of email addresses that you can use to send an email message or meeting invitation to everyone at once.
To create a contact group, see Create a contact group. Don't see New Group in your ribbon? Your IT department might not have enabled Groups for your organization. Contact them for assistance. Group name : Create a name that captures the spirit of the group. Once you enter a name, a suggested email address is provided. Note that once you choose a group name, it cannot be changed. Description : Optionally, enter a description that will help others understand the group's purpose.
This description will be included in the welcome email when others join the group. Classification : Choose a classification. Options available depend on what your organization has set up. Privacy : By default, Groups are created as Private.
This means only approved members in your organization can see what's inside the group. Anyone else in your organization who is not approved cannot see what's in the group.
Select Public to create a group where anyone within your organization can view its content and become a member. Select Private to create a group where membership requires approval and only members can view group content. Send all group conversations and events to members' inboxes Optionally, check this box to enable members to see all group conversations and events in their inbox without having to visit separate group workspaces.
Members can change this setting for their own mailboxes. If you are an Office subscriber, make sure you have the latest version of Office. Don't see Group in your menu? Click Next. Type member email addresses or select members from the contact list to add to the group. You can add guests who are people outside your school or your organization to the group. Click Create. You'll see a welcome mail in your newly created group inbox. Try the Instructions for classic Outlook on the web.
In the left pane, under Groupsselect New group or right-click Groups and select New group. Privacy : By default, groups are created as Private. Open Outlook on the web. Don't see Groups in your folder pane? On the Settings page, enter the required information, including privacy level, Public or Privateclassification, and whether group members should follow group conversations and events in their personal inboxes.I'm just starting to trial flow to trigger from some calendar events in an Office shared calendar.
Go to Solution. Here are the detailed instructions I promised. I had screen shots for some steps, but couldn't paste them with this forum layout, so hopefully the words are adequate.
Instructions for creating a Flow for notification of upcoming event on a resource calendar. View solution in original post. I'm not wanting to select the default calendar but a shared calendar the account has rights to access. As far as I can see using the calendar ID should accumplish this as it's accessible via the API but just need an easy way to find the calendar ID to use. Any update on this. Would like to be able to setup flows that copy newly created events from one office group calendar to a another shared calendar.
I never did get this working so changed to solution to use a different technology. Would love to have it entirely inside the MS platform if anyone does figure this out. Still looking for this as well--as far as I can tell, that API call URL only returns the user's default calendar and IDnot any shared or public calendars they have permissions to. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated, as I too would love to be able to copy events from one public calendar to another.
But I'm thinking there has to be a command to pull the ID from a given calendar in your own domain. The runspaceid changes every session you run, so I know it can't be that. The above command pulls a whole list of information in addition to what I put below, but no Mailbox ID.
So still looking for the Calendar ID as everyone else here. Add my name to the list. Seems such a basic function though But like everybody else I'm stuck with the impossibility to select something else than my own default calendar. Pretty frustrating. Hope we'll see a solution soon. It almost feels like Microsoft is pushing us to use Google services instead of its own Trying to do the same thing here, add an event from Flow to a shared SP Online calendar, not individual user calendar.
Anyone figure this out? Still looking for any answer in obtaining a Calendar ID for using in Flow. I'm specifically trying to use the Flow template that allows me to send an email after a particular event is starting soon.
My use case here is to access our resources calendar for people that have reserved a spare computer for an event. I want to be notified ahead of time to prep and check the computer for them. Every calendar ID I try for this with this template fails. This has to be a common use for something like this and puzzled why the calendar ID isn't easily findable. I'm having the same issue as the others in this thread.Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Officeeven when you're working remotely.
Each group has a shared calendar where you and every member of your group can schedule, edit, and see upcoming events. If you make this a Skype meeting, call details will be added to the message body. For information about Skype meetings, see Skype for Business meeting help. You'll notice the group's alias is entered automatically in the To line. Enter a subject, location, and start and end time for your meeting.
If you do not want to send an invitation to group members, simply remove the group from the attendees list. In the meeting area, type an agenda. If you're setting up a Skype Meeting, be careful not to change any of the online meeting information. Select Scheduling Assistant on the ribbon to make sure you have the best time for the meeting.
You can delete the event and resend invitations to those individuals, or make the changes in Outlook on the web. Try the Instructions for classic Outlook on the web. At the bottom of the page, select to open Calendar. In the navigation pane, under Groupsselect your group. If you have multiple calendars open, the events for each will be displayed.
Colored tabs across the top indicate which events align to each group. Select DayWeekWork weekor Month to change the calendar view. Adding a meeting to a group calendar is very similar to adding one to your personal calendar. When you create a meeting on a group calendar, it appears as organized by the group. You're automatically added as an attendee, and the event is added to your personal calendar. If you want to invite the group, add the group to the attendees list.
Want to add vacation or out-of-office time to the group calendar? When you use a group calendar to schedule your event, you can easily get an at-a-glance view at who's coming, who's not, and who has yet to respond. Click Cancel and select the appropriate cancellation option.
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In the left pane, select Groupsand then select your group. Select DayWork weekor Month to change the calendar view. Adding a meeting to a group calendar is very similar to adding one to your personal calendar, and invitations are sent to all group members. By default, the meeting invitation will be sent to every member's inbox in the group. If you don't want this, clear the checkbox, or select More details to specify the invitees. Create an event on an Outlook. Join a group in Outlook.Okay, so the scenario i'm trying to figure out is causing me a bit of a headache.
I'm not sure it can be done. We want other people that we grant permission to, to be able to view ALL of these calendar items in ONE unified calendar. We are trying to avoid having to share a bunch of calendars with each person individually, but instead have one calendar they can access that contains the data of the other calendars.
So, is there a way that I can sync individual calendars to a form of group calendar, and restrict the users accessing the group calendar from making changes? Okay, so I found a simpler way of doing this BUT it has revealed a bigger problem. Since these calendars are already in a public folder, we can simply have the users favorite the calendars through OWA. The new problem is that we are finding users with no permissions for a public calendar or folder, can view and modify these items.
We don't want this. We want ONLY the administrators or owners to be able to have these permissions.Office 365 Groups - Using Calendars in Groups
I'm creating a new post for this and will link it later. May be you could use Microsoft flow to add events to a single shared calendar as they are added, updated, or deleted.
All that Powershell script is doing is just changing permissions, it doesn't work like an Add-MailboxPermission The user will have to add another user's calendar manually. But I know you said "dozens" of calendars, let me throw something out there. Now I'm talking about at least a dozen and a half or two dozen, but I've seen it with my users too many times. Remove a bunch of them and Outlook gets much happier.
We do something similar by designating an unassigned licence user that will host create and share all the calendars and can also give those who need it different levels of designated access to the calendar account to edit, etc. This has been the most promising idea so far. I'm going to look into Flow's capabilities to see how this can be done. I can do this to calendars I have created, but am having difficulty doing this to shared public calendars I am an author on.
Without this in place, I cannot sync those changes to another calendar like planned. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. Adam CodeTwo. Get answers from your peers along with millions of IT pros who visit Spiceworks. Here's a basic diagram of what i'm trying to do. That's the world's worst diagram. Best Answer. This person is a verified professional. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional.
Right Click Folders Click Add Public Folder to Favorites For each calendar, click the calendar and then click "Add to Favorites" They now show under "Other Calendars" on the Calendar tab The new problem is that we are finding users with no permissions for a public calendar or folder, can view and modify these items.
We found 5 helpful replies in similar discussions:. Fast Answers! Was this helpful? Mike Aug 09, I don't know that I've ever seen any method of programmatically adding calendars. See all 5 answers. Popular Topics in Microsoft Office How to find the ID of an Office Group?
This approach is fine for the developers but we needed to involve a Power user in the testing. Option 1 Using Microsoft Graph. In Office things change at fast space. If any of the above steps are not valid, please let me know in the comments section. Forgot Password? Enter something special:.
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On the screen where your flow s is listed, click on the flow you want to use. It will open up and in the upper right side there is a connections box. That should show the resource calendar connection you are using with that flow. If it shows something else such as your own calendar, click edit right above this connections box. You will now be inside editting your flow. The top step "When an upcoming event is starting soon" click on the 3 little dots just to the right.
It will open up a menu with all the listed connections you have set up. Select the connection resource calendar email you want to use for this flow. If the connection is not there, at the bottom there is an add connection option.
Select that and setup your connection. Your resouces will need passwords set, at least they did when I did it.
If you have not set the passwords of your resources to a known value, you will need to do that in the user admin area. I hope this helps and makes sense without a screen shot or two. I enter the calendar user and the system changes it automaticly to my own user. I'm not asked for a password. Are you an Office user or full admin? If you are an O subscriber and an admin, I would open a ticket with support through your O admin portal and ask them why you can't get a connector to another calendar to work.
If you are using and admin account that shouldn't be a problem, but check to make sure the account you are using has read access to these calendars.
Without seeing what you are doing it's kind or hard to diagnose. Microsoft can do a screen share with you to help you. They did that with me when I was having problems after my flows just stopped working one day. I ended up needing to reselect the calendar in every flow as some change Microsoft did invalidated the unique calendar id the flows were using under the hood. Has anyone been able to successfully get the trigger on outlook - when an event is added, updated or deleted to work with a shared calendar resource calendar.
I am able to set the password for the shared calendar and able to add it to the trigger listed above. When testing, I create a calendar entry in the shared calendar outlookrun the test in FLOW, and it never triggers. Ive tried outlook. Trigger never fires.