I'm working on a solution that requires scheduling meetings(Teams), take notes from that meeting, such as issues raised, attendees, minutes all in a structured manner. In essence, the scheduled events need to have related sub items.
Using a SharePoint Calendar as a container (Parent) with sub list items should work but then I dont believe a SharePoint calendar can schedule Teams meetings, therefore considering an O365 Group Calendar. - (Please correct me if I'm wrong and there are alternatives). But from SharePoint I cant lookup Group Calender's.
So my question is how can I tie a Group Calendar to sharePoint lists, in a 1 to many relationship. i.e. create calendar events, then be able to create sub-items in lists that link to the calendar event and visa-versa ?
One option I was considering is to somehow sync a group calendar to a sharePoint calendar/list. Not sure if this is possible.
I would consider creating a webpart if required as a last resort. Hope someone can assist me on this.
UPDATE: One important requirement is that the solution needs to be replicated easily, around 200 cloned solutions are needed for various projects. So I'm looking for a solution that is easy to deploy with little final configuration. Finally, the solution needs to lend itself to modification for each project, should project requirements change in the future. Originally I thought PowerApps was the way to go but this will not allow for flexibility needed. Then I thought SharePoint solution with several webparts, which can be cloned by site scripts may work as it allows flexibility. But with this option I cannot interface with a Group Calendar and create events with sub-items (as mentioned above).