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Steven Collier MVP
I ❀ . !0 mins effort with some great tips on auth from and I have my schedule in outlook. Let me know if you want any of the steps ...
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Steven Collier MVP Sep 19
Replying to @StevenC365
Here's the flow you can import ...
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Phil Worrell #Re365 Sep 19
Nice one Mr Collier
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Yannick Reekmans Sep 19
Replying to @StevenC365 @MS_Ignite
Awesome, thank you. Since I'm not attending , this helped me build a Flow to export my schedule to Excel as a watchlist for later!
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Simon Allison  πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Sep 20
nice even better!
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Simon Allison  πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Sep 20
got the import to work, you need to already have an outlook 365 connection, then you can choose it at import stage, the button you can then create and choose create new
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BCunningham Sep 20
Replying to @StevenC365
do you have the steps you used to add the token
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Microsoft Ignite Sep 20
Replying to @StevenC365
That's awesome, Steven! πŸ™Œ Are you ready for ?
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Christophe Fiessinger Sep 20
this is awesome, is there a step by step please?
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David. Sep 20
Follow Steve's tweet thread, flow is linkedπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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Christophe Fiessinger Sep 20
ok, stuck at getting JWT token... so close
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Steven Collier MVP Sep 20
In Edge log into the Scheduler, hit F12 for dev tools. On the debug tab look at cookies. In the session cookie look for ignite.token. Copy the value to notepad, there’s some stuff at the start and end to remove to leave just the token
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Christophe Fiessinger Sep 20
Thanks but for some reason stuck after F12... the Debugger?
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Steven Collier MVP Sep 20
It should be a tab called debug in the dev tools
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Christophe Fiessinger Sep 21
It worked! THANK YOU ALLL
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Michel de Rooij Sep 21
Nice application of
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Alan Lepofsky πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Future of Work Sep 21
Replying to @StevenC365
While I truly appreciate the coding you have done here, I hope you realize how ridiculous this is! :-) "Add to Calendar" is basic functionality that should exist in all conference agendas.... without the need for parsing JSON and passing developer tokens. Still, good work. :-)
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Alan Lepofsky πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Future of Work Sep 21
Thank you again, I thought I'd give this a try as a) I'd love to have the Ignite sessions on my calendar, and b) I'd like to learn to use . Sadly, I have no idea what to do after I import your zip file!
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Alan Lepofsky πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Future of Work Sep 21
Do you know where I would find Debug in Chrome on Mac?
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Christophe Fiessinger Sep 21
Crtl + Shift + I ?
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