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Dropbox to OneDrive

Hello,

 

I thought this would be simple, especially reading all input and good advice floating around here. But then again....

 

I'm mainly a Dropbox user, but would like to share content with collaborators who have OneDrive access. I'd like to replicate the content of a Dropbox folder (with sub-folders, even sub-sub- sometimes) to respective OneDrive folders (and sub-...) and then keep these folders update as we add/remove folders from the Dropbox.

Would this be two separate flows? I'm not looking to sync as I do not want OneDrive changes to be able to affect the Dropbox.

 

Woudl I first create a flow to replicate the content, use it once, then create a flow that updates and use this regularly?

 

And how is the best way to do this? Or is this even the ideal solution?

I've spent a few hours on this and always get stuck on triggers. And sudenly I questioned the whole setup. Thank you in advance for your input and help.

My best,
Paal

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Hi @Psteensl ,

It seems you want to sync the files from Dropbox to OneDrive.

First of all, I am afraid you can't replicate the content of a Dropbox folder which is with sub-folders.

For there is no action to get the file content  from the sub-folders.

Second, I think you need two flow here, one is for replicate,another is for update.

I have made two to replicate and update the files in a folder without sub-folders.

Replicate:

Capture3.PNG

Update:

Capture5.PNG

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

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Hi @Psteensl ,

It seems you want to sync the files from Dropbox to OneDrive.

First of all, I am afraid you can't replicate the content of a Dropbox folder which is with sub-folders.

For there is no action to get the file content  from the sub-folders.

Second, I think you need two flow here, one is for replicate,another is for update.

I have made two to replicate and update the files in a folder without sub-folders.

Replicate:

Capture3.PNG

Update:

Capture5.PNG

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

View solution in original post

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