|This application does not need additional settings. So you can make connection only by using your login credentials or by following the instructions below.|
Microsoft 365 Calendar documentation - how to create a connection
You will soon find an article on the Microsoft 365 Calendar app here. We are already working on it! Before we put all this important information together, try to check out these general articles that can also help you connect to the Microsoft 365 Calendar app.
There are two most common ways how to create a connection and authenticate to your app:
- If your Microsoft 365 Calendar app asks you to provide your Client ID and Client secret, please follow a simple guide on how to create a custom application and get your Client ID and Client Secret.
- If your Microsoft 365 Calendar app uses an API token, please follow the second article that shows you general best practices on How to obtain an access token
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Integrate Microsoft 365 Calendar data with other applications using Boost.space
You can connect Microsoft 365 Calendar with 1100+ other apps in Boost.space. If you need help getting started with integrations, use the articles in the Integrations section. They'll give you advice on where to start, what a template is, how to generate your token, and much more.
To see what scenarios you can create with Microsoft 365 Calendar, check out the Integrations section of our website. You can also get inspiration in the Use Cases section, where there are many specific uses of integrations for process automation.
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