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WordPress Media and Sharepoint Online Calendar

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WordPress Media and Sharepoint Online Calendar

Supported Triggers and Actions for Integration

1. Select a Trigger

  • Media added

    Triggered when new media is uploaded or added.

  • Media updated

    Triggered when a media file is updated.

  • Media deleted

    Triggered when an existing media file is deleted.

  • When a file is created or modified in a folder

    Triggers when a file is created, and also each time it is modified in a SharePoint folder.

  • For a Selected Item

    This trigger allows you to start a flow for a selected item in a SharePoint list or library. You can use the columns of the list or library as output parameters. For a file, you can use the "identifier" column to get file content.

  • When a file is created (properties only)

    Triggers when an item is created in a library. Returns only the properties stored in the library columns. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • When a file is created in a folder

    Triggers when a file is created in a SharePoint folder.

  • When a file is created or modified (properties only)

    Triggers when an item is created, or modified in a library. Returns only the properties stored in the library columns. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • When an item is created

    Triggers when an item is created.

  • When an item is created or modified

    Triggers when an item is created, and also each time it is modified.

2. Select a Action

  • Add Media

    Add or Upload a new media file, which can be used as featured media.

  • Update media

    Update an existing media file.

  • Delete Media

    Delete an existing media file.

  • Copy file

    Copies a file. Works in a similar way to the "Copy to" command in SharePoint libraries. Returns information about the new file after copy.

  • Update item

    Updates an item in a SharePoint list.

  • Create file

    Uploads a file to a SharePoint site. Make sure to pick an existing library.

  • Create item

    Creates a new item in a SharePoint list.

  • Get entity values

    Gets possible values for a SharePoint entity.

  • Get file properties

    Gets the properties saved in the columns in the library for the item specified by the item id. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • Get items

    Gets items from a SharePoint list.

  • Update file properties

    Updates the properties stored in columns in a library for the item specified by the item id. Use "Update file" action to update file contents. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • Delete file

    Deletes the file specified by the file identifier.

  • Delete item

    Deletes an item from a SharePoint list.

  • Get item

    Gets a single item by its id from a SharePoint list.

  • Get lists

    Gets SharePoint lists from a site.

  • Update file

    Updates the contents of the file specified by the file identifier.

3. Create and Synchronize

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