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Overview

Authorizing an Office 365 Contacts Account

The first time you use an Office 365 Contacts card in your FLO, you will need to authorize an account.

  1. Add an Account Nickname. This should be unique, so that in the case that your teammates authorize multiple accounts, you will be able to tell them apart.
  2. Click “Create” to launch a window where you will sign in to your account and the save this configuration.

    Events

    • New Contacts

      This flow activates each time a new contact is added to your Office 365 People.

      Outputs

      • Contact:

        • ContactId (text): The unique ID of the new contact. This can be dragged to other cards to be used as identification.
        • DisplayName (text): The name that will be displayed in your Office 365 contacts.
        • GivenName (text): This name will show up as the first name of the contact.
        • MiddleName (text): This name will show up as the middle name of the contact.
        • Surname (text): This name will show up as the last name of the contact.
        • Initials (text): the initials of the contact, for example John Cardholder Doe’s initials would be JDC.
        • Title (text): The contact’s title, for example, Dr., Mrs., Mr., or Sr.
        • Email Address (text): the email of the contact.
        • JobTitle (text): the job title of the contact.
        • CompanyName (text): the name of the company where the contact is employed.
        • Department (text): the department the contact is employed in.
        • Birthday (text): the Birthday of the contact.
        • PersonalNotes (text): any personal notes about the contact.
        • MobilePhone (text): the contact’s personal phone number.
        • FolderID (Number): the ID of the folder the contact is stored in.
        • CreateDateTime (text): The exact date and time of the contact’s creation are returned.
      • context

        • Execution ID (text): The unique identifier for the execution of the FLO.

      External Documentation

    • Updated Contacts

      This flow activates each time a contact is updated added to your Office 365 People.

      Outputs

      • Contact:

        • ContactId (text): The unique ID of the new contact. This can be dragged to other cards to be used as identification.
        • DisplayName (text): The name that will be displayed in your Office 365 contacts.
        • GivenName (text): This name will show up as the first name of the contact.
        • MiddleName (text): This name will show up as the middle name of the contact.
        • Surname (text): This name will show up as the last name of the contact.
        • Initials (text): the initials of the contact, for example John Cardholder Doe’s initials would be JDC.
        • Title (text): The contact’s title, for example, Dr., Mrs., Mr., or Sr.
        • Email Address (text): the email of the contact.
        • JobTitle (text): the job title of the contact.
        • CompanyName (text): the name of the company where the contact is employed.
        • Department (text): the department the contact is employed in.
        • Birthday (text): the Birthday of the contact.
        • PersonalNotes (text): any personal notes about the contact.
        • MobilePhone (text): the contact’s personal phone number.
        • FolderID (text): the ID of the folder the contact is stored in.
        • LastModifiedDateTime (text): The exact date and time of the contact’s last modification.
      • context

        • Execution ID (text): The unique identifier for the execution of the FLO.

      External Documentation

    Actions

    • Create Contact

      Creates a new contact in your Office 365 People.

      Inputs

      • Contact:
        • DisplayName (text): Input a display name, however, this name will not show up in the contact card.
        • GivenName (text): This name will show up as the first name of the contact.
        • MiddleName (text): This name will show up as the middle name of the contact.
        • Surname (text): This name will show up as the last name of the contact.
        • Initials (text): It’s optional to add the initials of the name, however, it will not appear in the contact.
        • Title (text): The contact’s title, for example, Dr., Mrs., Mr., or Sr.
        • Email Address (text): Enter the email of the contact.
        • JobTitle (text): Enter the job title of the contact.
        • CompanyName (text): Enter the name of the company where the contact is employed.
        • Department(text): Specify which department the contact is employed in.
        • PersonalNotes (text): Add a note about the contact.
        • MobilePhone (text): Input the contact’s personal phone number.
        • BusinessPhone (text): Input the contact’s work or professional phone number.

      Outputs

      • ContactId (text): The unique ID of the new contact. This can be dragged to other cards to be used as identification.
      • CreateDateTime (text): The exact date and time of the contact’s creation are returned.
      • LastModifiedDateTime (text): The exact date and time of the contact’s last modification are returned.

      External Documentation

    • Delete Contact

      **Input

      • Contact 

        • Contact ID (text): In order to the delete the contact, the ID is needed. This is returned by the create contact card and can be dragged into the slot. The picture below is an example of how to get the contact ID to delete a contact.

    • Get Contact

      Get a contact’s details by Contact ID

      Input Fields

      • Input
        • ContactId (text): ID of the contact of which to retrieve details

      Output Fields

      • Contact
        • ContactId (text): the contact’s unique identifier
        • GivenName (text): the contact’s given name
        • DisplayName (text): the contact’s display name
        • MiddleName (text): the contact’s middle name
        • Surname (text): the contact’s surname
        • Initials (text): the contact’s initials
        • Title (text): the contact’s title
        • EmailAddress (text): the contact’s email address
        • JobTitle (text): the contact’s job title
        • CompanyName (text): the contact’s company
        • Department (text): the contact’s department
        • Birthday (text): the contact’s birthday
        • PersonalNotes (text): the user’s notes about the contact
        • MobilePhone (text): the contact’s mobile phone number
        • CreatedDateTime (text): the time the contact was created
        • LastModifiedDateTime (text): the time the contact was last modified
    • Search Contact

      This card returns all the information about a contact created. The returned information is exactly the same as those inputted in the create contact card.

      Inputs

      • DisplayName (text): The display name that was entered when the contact was created. This is different than the given name which appears as the first name of the contact.

      Output

      • DisplayName _(text): The display name, however, this name does not show up in the contact card.
      • **GivenName (text): **The given name which shows up as the first name of the contact.
      • MiddleName (text): The middle name of the contact.
      • **Surname (text): **The last name of the contact.
      • Initials (text): The initials of the contact.
      • **Title (text): **The contact’s title, for example, Dr., Mrs., Mr., or Sr.
      • Email Address (text):  The email of the contact.
      • JobTitle (text): The job title of the contact.
      • **CompanyName (text): **The name of the company where the contact is employed.
      • Department (text): The department that the contact works in.
      • **PersonalNotes (text): **Notes about the contact.
      • MobilePhone (text): The contact’s personal phone number.
      • BusinessPhone (text): The contact’s work or professional phone number.
    • Update Contact

      This card will make changes to an existing contact. It essentially works the same as the create contact card.

      Inputs

      • Update By: 

        • Contact ID (text): The ID of the contact is needed to update it. This is returned by the create contact ID and it can be dragged into the slot.

      • Contact:

        • DisplayName (text): Input a display name, however, this name will not show up in the contact card.
        • **GivenName (text): **This name will show up as the first name of the contact.
        • **MiddleName (text): **This name will show up as the middle name of the contact.
        • **Surname (text): **This name will show up as the last name of the contact.
        • **Initials (text): **It’s optional to add the initials of the name, however, it will not appear in the contact.
        • **Title (text): **The contact’s title, for example, Dr., Mrs., Mr., or Sr.
        • **Email Address (text): **Enter the email of the contact.
        • **JobTitle (text): **Enter the job title of the contact.
        • **CompanyName (text): **Enter the name of the company where the contact is employed.
        • **Department(text): **Specify which department the contact is employed in.
        • **PersonalNotes (text): **Add a note about the contact.
        • **MobilePhone (text): **Input the contact’s personal phone number.
        • **BusinessPhone (text): **Input the contact’s work or professional phone number.

      Output:

      • **ContactId (text): **After the contact has been created, it will return an ID. This can be dragged to other cards to be used as identification.
      • **CreateDateTime (text): **The exact date and time of the contact’s creation are returned.
      • **LastModifiedDateTime (text): **The exact date and time of the contact’s last modification are returned.