Microsoft 365 Calendar

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This is the documentation for the new Microsoft 365 Calendar app.
Here is the documentation for the legacy Microsoft 365 Calendar (legacy) app.

The Microsoft 365 Calendar modules allow you to monitor, create, update, or delete the events and calendars in your Microsoft 365 Calendar account.

Getting Started with Microsoft 365 Calendar

Prerequisites

  • A Microsoft account

In order to use Microsoft 365 Calendar with Integromat, it is necessary to have a Microsoft 365 account. If you do not have one, you can create a Microsoft account at office.com.

The module dialog fields that are displayed in bold (in the Integromat scenario, not in this documentation article) are mandatory!

Connecting Microsoft 365 Calendar to Integromat

1. Go to Integromat and open the Microsoft 365 Calendar module's Create a connection dialog.

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2. Enter the name of the connection to the Connection name field and click Continue.

After you click the Continue button, Integromat will redirect you to the Microsoft website where you will be prompted to log in and grant Integromat access to your account.

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Check the checkbox and confirm the dialog by clicking the Accept button.

Event

Watch Events

Retrieves event details when an existing event is modified or a new event is created.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Watch EventsSelect whether you want to watch new or updated events.
Calendar Group IDSelect the calendar group that contains the calendar where you want to watch events at.
Calendar IDSelect the calendar you want to watch.
FilterSet the filter conditions to filter results by subject, event ID, or body.
LimitSet the maximum number of events Integromat will return during one execution cycle.

Search Events

Retrieves events based on filter settings.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar Group IDSelect the calendar group that contains the calendar you want to search for events.
Calendar IDSelect the calendar you want to search for events.
FilterSet the filter conditions to filter searched events by subject, event ID, created date, last modified date, or body.
Order BySelect the sort order of returned events.
LimitSet the maximum number of events Integromat will return during one execution cycle.

Get an Event

Retrieves details of the specified event

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Event IDEnter (map) or select the event you want to retrieve details about.

Create an Event

Creates a new event.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar IDSelect the calendar you want to create an event at or leave empty to create an event in your default calendar.
SubjectEnter the event's title.
Start DateEnter a single point of time when the event starts in a combined date and time representation ({date}T{time}; for example, 2017-08-29T04:00:00.0000000). The list of supported date and time formats.
End DateEnter a single point of time when the event ends in a combined date and time representation ({date}T{time}; for example, 2017-08-29T04:00:00.0000000). The list of supported date and time formats.
Reminder OnEnable this option to specify the reminder settings.
ReminderThe number of minutes before the event start time that the reminder alert occurs.
ImportanceSelect the importance of the event.
SensitivitySelect the sensitivity of the event.
Body Content TypeSelect whether you want to enter plain-text or html as body content.
Body ContentThe body of the message associated with the event. It can be in HTML or text format (as specified in the Body Content Type field above).
LocationEnter the location of the event.
Response RequestedSelect the Yes option to request an invitee to send a response to the event.
Show asSelect the status to show.
Attendees

Add the attendees for the event

Email AddressEnter the email address of the person or entity.
NameEnter the name of the person or entity.
CategoriesAdd categories associated with the event.

Update an Event

Updates an existing event.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Event IDEnter (map) or select the event you want to update.

Please find the descriptions of the fields in the Create an Event section above.

Delete an Event

Deletes an existing event.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Event IDEnter (map) or select the event you want to delete.

Calendar

List Calendars

Retrieves all calendars in your account.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar Group IDEnter (map) or select the calendar group you want to retrieve calendars for.
LimitSet the maximum number of calendars Integromat will return during one execution cycle.

Get a Calendar

Retrieves details of a specified calendar.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar IDEnter (map) or select the calendar you want to retrieve details about.

Create a Calendar

Creates a new calendar.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar NameEnter the name of the new calendar.

Update a Calendar

Updates an existing calendar's name.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar IDEnter (map) or select the calendar you want to update.
Calendar NameEnter a new name of the calendar.

Delete a Calendar

Deletes a calendar.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
Calendar IDEnter (map) or select the calendar you want to delete.

Other

Make an API Call

Allows you to perform a custom API call.

ConnectionEstablish a connection to Microsoft 365 Calendar.
URL

Enter a path relative to https://graph.microsoft.com.
For example: /v1.0/me/events.

For the list of available endpoints, refer to the Calendar Microsoft Graph API Documentation.
Method

Select the HTTP method you want to use:

GET
to retrieve information for an entry.

POST
to create a new entry.

PUT
to update/replace an existing entry.

PATCH
to make a partial entry update.

DELETE
to delete an entry.

HeadersEnter the desired request headers. You don't have to add authorization headers; we already did that for you.
Query StringEnter the request query string.
BodyEnter the body content for your API call.

Example of Use - List Events

The following API call returns all events in your Microsoft Calendar:

URL:
/v1.0/me/events

Method:
GET

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The result can be found in the module's Output under BundleBody > value
In our example, 3 events were returned:

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Changelog for Microsoft 365 Calendar App

last update: 2020-08-26

New modules:

  • Search Events
  • Get an Event
  • List Calendars
  • Get a Calendar
  • Make an API Call

Existing modules:

  • Watch Events - module now offers advanced filtering options for more granular results
  • Create an Event - module now offers adding categories to an event
  • Update an Event - module now offers a dropdown (or mapping) of events to choose from - this means you don't have to input the event ID manually anymore; module now offers adding categories to an event
  • Delete an Event - module now offers a dropdown (or mapping) of events to choose from - this means you don't have to input the event ID manually anymore
  • Update a Calendar - module now offers a dropdown (or mapping) of events to choose from - this means you don't have to input the event ID manually anymore
  • Delete a Calendar - module now offers a dropdown (or mapping) of events to choose from - this means you don't have to input the event ID manually anymore

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