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Facebook and Microsoft 365 Calendar and Nutshell integrations

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Create custom Facebook and Microsoft 365 Calendar and Nutshell workflows by choosing triggers, actions, and searches. A trigger is an event that launches the workflow, an action is the event.

Microsoft 365 Calendar
Create a Calendar

Creates a new calendar.

Action
Nutshell
Create a Company

Creates a new company.

Action
Nutshell
Create a Lead

Creates a new lead.

Action
Nutshell
Create a Person

Creates a new person.

Action
Nutshell
Create an Activity

Creates a new activity.

Action
Microsoft 365 Calendar
Create an Event

Creates a new event.

Action
Microsoft 365 Calendar
Delete a Calendar

Deletes a calendar.

Action
Nutshell
Delete a Company

Deletes an existing company.

Action
Nutshell
Delete a Lead

Deletes an existing lead.

Action

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