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How to copy OneDrive for Business files from multiple folders to multiple SharePoint sites

I have a folder strucure in OneDrive for Business that looks like the following:

 

FolderA - file1

FolderB - file2

FolderC - file3

and so on for ~50 folders

 

I want to create (ideally) a single Flow that would copy the new file dropped in FolderA to sharepoint/sites/FolderA and FolderB to sharepoint/sites/FolderB and so on.

 

Anyone have a quick and efficient way of doing this rather than create a flow for each folder?

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Hi @Anonymous,

 

Your scenario will not work in Microsoft Flow, at least currently.

For a new file created in different folders in OneDrive for business, there is no proper trigger available which could be used to get the newly added file from different folders.

 

In addition, OneDrive for Business folder input box will not accept the dynamic content:

Reference

 

A possible workaround would be, run flow on a schedule, then list each folder, and each files in each folder (nested) to see if there are any newly added files (compared with the destination folder).

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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