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In this first part, we use Flow to parse an iCal feed that will be synchronized to a SharePoint event list.
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Flow supports scheduled flows, but unfortunately it does not know whether today is a statutory holiday or not. But you can teach it with the help of SharePoint!
Now that we know how to use the SharePoint Get items action, let’s find out how many items got returned.
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