Get Event Information

Use a calendar Event ID get information about an event.

Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk on the Action Card.

Options

  • Calendar (dropdown): A dropdown list of available calendars from which to retrieve an event's information.

Input Fields

  • Event

    • Event ID: Unique ID of the event about which you want to get information.

Output Fields

  • Fields

    • Type: the type of the event - will most often return as "calendar#event" given that this is a calendar event.

    • Event ID: Unique ID of the event from which you want to get information.

    • Status: Status of the event. Optional. Possible values are:

      • ""confirmed" - The event is confirmed. This is the default status.

      • "tentative" - The event is tentatively confirmed.

      • "cancelled" - The event is cancelled.

    • Html Link: An absolute link to this event in the Google Calendar Web UI. Read-only.

    • Created Time: The date and time at which the event was created in ISO format: YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss+00:00. The +00:00 is the timezone offset.

    • Updated Time: The date and time at which the event was last updated in ISO format: YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss+00:00. The +00:00 is the timezone offset.

    • Summary: The headline of the name for the calendar event.

    • Description: The description of the event with details included for attendees to see.

    • ICalUID: Event unique identifier as defined in RFC5545. It is used to uniquely identify events accross calendaring systems and must be supplied when importing events via the import method.

      • Note that the icalUID and the id are not identical and only one of them should be supplied at event creation time. One difference in their semantics is that in recurring events, all occurrences of one event have different ids while they all share the same icalUIDs
    • Start Time: The date and time at which you want the event to start in ISO format: YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss+00:00. The +00:00 is the timezone offset.

    • End Time: The date and time at which you want the event to end in ISO format: YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss+00:00. The +00:00 is the timezone offset.

    • Location: Geographic location of the event as free-form text. Optional.

    • Attendee Emails: The email addresses of guests that are invited to the event. This field can be left blank. NOTE: The event will be on the calendar through which it was created.

  • Reminders

    • Method: Method by which a reminder is sent; options are popup or `email.

    • Minutes: Amount of minutes that need to elapse before the reminder is issued; range is from 1 to 40320.

  • Recurring Events

    • Event ID: Event identifier.

    • Recurring Event ID: Recurring event identifier.

    • Summary: Title of the event.

    • Start Time: Date and time at which you want the event to start in the format YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ / YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS+HH:MM (time Zone offset).

    • End Time: Date and time at which you want the event to end in the format YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ / YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS+HH:MM (time Zone offset).