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Asana Task to Sharepoint Folder

Hi there,


I would like to create a new folder with specific subfolders in Sharepoint when a new task is created in a specific Project. It is possible? I need some help on this.

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Hi @Nulix 


You can use SharePoint - Create new folder action to create folders.



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Hi @Nulix,


Do you want to create multiple subfolders in a new folder?

Could you please share more details about your requirement?

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Hi @v-litu-msft,


Sorry for my delayed response.


Here is my request more in detail:


I would like to Create a new Folder every time a new Task is created in a specific Project of Asana. It should be placed in an existing folder. The name of the new folder must be the same as the name of the Task.


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This folder must have a list of subfolders that exist as a template folder in the same Sharepoint Library.



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