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All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow
Note added in section
Triggers when a new note is added in the selected section
Triggers when a new file is uploaded to your drive. Optionally you can set this trigger to run in a specific folder but not its subfolders
Triggers when a new folder is uploaded to your drive. Optionally you can set this to trigger to folder uploaded to a specific folder but not its subfolders.
Triggers when a file is modified. Optionally you can set this trigger to run in a specific folder but not its subfolders
All Actions - Action are the automated tasks
Creates a new note in the selected section
Creates a new note in the 'Quick Notes' section of your default notebook
Fetches the content of an existing note by ID
Create team drive
Creates a new team drive
Creates a folder or subfolder
Moves a file from one folder to another
Fetches a folder with search input. Optionally you can set this action to run in a specific folder but not its subfolders.
Fetches a file with search input. Optionally you can set this action to run in a specific folder but not its subfolders
What is Zoho Flow?
Zoho Flow is an integration platform that helps you connect your apps without any code. Automate complex business workflows within minutes. Set a trigger, add actions, use Delays and Decisions to create your entire workflow on an easy to use builder.
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