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MyCalendarAlerts and Tools integrations

Connecting MyCalendarAlerts and Tools on Make
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Build your MyCalendarAlerts and Tools integrations.

Create custom MyCalendarAlerts and Tools workflows by choosing triggers, actions, and searches. A trigger is an event that launches the workflow, an action is the event.

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Basic trigger

Generates bundles with their own structure.

Trigger
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Compose a string

Composes a string for easier mapping of scenarios.

Transformer
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Convert the encoding of a text

Converts a text from one codepage to another.

Transformer
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Get multiple variables

Get values of a previously stored variables.

Action
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Get variable

Get the value of a previously stored variable.

Action
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Increment function

Returns a value of 1 after first run. Every subsequent run will increment the returned value by 1.

Action
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Numeric aggregator

Applies the aggregate function to selected rows.

Aggregator
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Set multiple variables

Sets the value of multiple variables.

Action
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Set variable

Sets the value of the variable.

Action

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