Is it possible to forward calendar event to new attendees?

Krishnalakshmi Viswanathan (AWF) 136 Reputation points
2021-06-23T16:12:39.01+00:00

Hi Team,
Is it possible to forward an invite to new recipients using Update event - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/event-update?view=graph-rest-

  1. 0&tabs=http#http-request

I test the update event api with the below scenario.
https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users/malikonda[@](/users/na/?userId=1b30e9e4-0000-0003-0000-000000000000).com/calendar/events/id

Scenario:

  1. Sent invite to me only first.
  2. Called the Update api with below request(Trying to add you in the invite)
    It basically updates mine with XXX name. I get cancel meeting .
    Which means update api is replacing the attendees , not adding.
    Is that the case for Update api?

{
"subject" : "Test update calendar",
"attendees": [
{
"emailAddress": {
"address": "XXX@paypal .com"
},
"type": "Required"
}
]
}

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  1. Deva-MSFT 2,256 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-06-25T18:06:02.687+00:00

    You can use event:forward() API call which allows the organizer or attendee of a meeting event to forward the meeting request to a new recipient.

    For example,

    POST /me/events/{id}/forward  
      
    
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  2. Niketa Mane 26 Reputation points
    2021-06-30T00:44:06.623+00:00

    @Deva-MSFT will the update api not able to add new recipients into existing calendar event ?

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