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HTTP and OneDrive integrations

Connecting HTTP and OneDrive on Make
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Categories
Built-in Tools
Files & Documents
Microsoft
Storage

Build your HTTP and OneDrive integrations.

Create custom HTTP and OneDrive workflows by choosing triggers, actions, and searches. A trigger is an event that launches the workflow, an action is the event.

OneDrive
Copy a File

Copies a file into new folder location.

Action
OneDrive
Create a Folder

Creates a new folder.

Action
OneDrive
Delete a File/Folder

Deletes a file or folder.

Action
OneDrive
Download a File

Downloads a specified file.

Action
OneDrive
Get a File

Gets the metadata of a specified file.

Action
OneDrive
Get a Share Link

Gets a new share link for a specified file.

Action
HTTP
Get a file

Downloads a file from a given URL.

Action
HTTP
Make a Basic Auth request

Sends an HTTP(S) request to a specified URL that requires Basic Auth authorization and processes the response.

Action
HTTP
Make a Client Certificate Auth request

Sends an HTTPS request to a specified URL that requires Client Certificate Auth authorization and processes the response.

Action

Popular HTTP and OneDrive workflows.

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