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The service Google Calendar - Create a Calendar Event just returned an error (HTTP 400)

The service Google Calendar - Create a Calendar Event just returned an error (HTTP 400). Please contact the plugin author directly for feedback. Raw error:

“error”: {
“errors”: [
“domain”: “global”,
“reason”: “badRequest”,
“message”: “Bad Request”
“code”: 400,
“message”: “Bad Request”

Hello @joao.santana.macrosa,

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Before we proceed, could you kindly confirm if you are using the Calendar From Google + Offline Plugin for Bubble | Zeroqode?

Regarding your inquiry, the error message suggests a “Bad Request,” typically indicating that the request sent to the server was malformed or incorrect.

To delve deeper into this issue, please ensure all necessary parameters for creating a calendar event are included in your request, such as the Calendar ID, start/end time, description, etc. Double-check the data format for accuracy. You may initially try using static information in the action’s inputs. Additionally, you can refer to our demo page (link) for guidance.

If the problem persists, could you provide details about your specific use case? This could include screenshots and screencasts showcasing your workflow setup, plugin element, the observed issue, and the expected outcome. For screencast recording, I recommend using the Loom tool.

Please record a step-by-step video with the browser’s console enabled, as any error messages there could provide valuable insights. Kindly share the video link with us to facilitate a better understanding of your situation.

These details will enable us to replicate your setup on our end and investigate further.

Thank you once again for reaching out, and I eagerly await your response. :pray:

Best regards,