Using Flow to create "duplicate" calendar placeholder from one Office 365 account to another?

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I currently have two separate Office 365 accounts (one personal and one business) but want to have all my calendar events from both to be centralized on just my personal calendar (even if I just see the Free/Busy time blocked out for business calendar on my personal calendar), for simplicity sake.

 

Is there a way to use Flow to automate a process, so that when I accept a Calendar appointment on one account, it automatically send a copy of that appointment to my second Calendar?

 

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Hi @OneTechBeyond,

 

I believe such flow can be created, but don't you think it's better to see both calendars as shown here:

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/view-multiple-calendars-at-the-same-time-fffa8783-0556-4ea1...