I've tried using the template: "When a file is created" > "Create file". But only newly created files are synchronized. But the newly created files IN THE SUBFOLDERS are not synced and the newly created subfolders are not synced either. In the Power Automate (not desktop) I did not find operators like the "Create folder" in the list. Both clouds are enterprices if it matters.
I need to sync all files already existing in one cloud to another new cloud. All newly created folders and files were also synchronized.
If you want to use flow to sync all existing files in OneDrive including files in subfolders to GoogleDrive, as far as I know, such a requirement cannot be achieved through the existing features of MS Flow. Because if you want to get the files in the folder from OneDrive, need to use List files in folder action ,but the action can only retrieve files under the specified folder and do not include files under subfolders.
If you want to sync to GoogleDrive when a new file is created in OneDrive, you take a try with below screenshots.
When a new file is created in OneDrive, the new file will be created in GoogleDrive included in subfolders.(There is no need to manually create a folder in GoogleDrive. When creating a file, if the folder does not exist in googledrive, flow will automatically create a folder)
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Thanks my friend. I believe this method will work. But now I cannot check it, due to constant error. I think the problem is in the service Power Automate. Yesterday the trigger When a file is created worked fine, but today it doesn't.
One more question. How can I redirect the entire OneDrive stream not to the Google root directory, but to a special folder on the Google drive?
I don't really understand the scripts you wrote. It would be nice to explain what each of them means.
When you use When a file is created trigger You don’t need to use Recurrence anymore.
Delete it and save the flow,when you create a new file in OneDrive, then flow will run automatically after a while.
These two formulas are to obtain the folder path where the file is stored.
For example, If my file is stored in the Write folder which is subfolder of the Test folder .
I only want to get the name of the folder where it is stored. Through these two formulas, I can get the folder name I want.
Apparently I asked my question incorrectly. In your example, I want the files from the OneDrive folder "root/Test/Write" to be saved in the GoogleDrive folder "root/OneDrive/Test/Write'. Where can I specify the path "root/OneDrive/Test/Write'?
I test on my side and it works well.
When a new file is created in this 'My files>Test11.26-1' in OneDrive.
The file will be created in 'My Drive>OneDrive>Test11.26-1' in GoogleDrive.
This is my complete flow.Please reconfirm your flow configuration and try again.
Please pay special attention to the configuration of Create file action.
This solution is not suitable for bulk file copying. The flow terminates with an error: The file cannot be created because a file named 'xxxxxxx' already exists in this directory.
I am trying to establish a system of double backup cloud storage: Files from the PC synchronize to OneDrive cloud by using desktop OneDrive utility. Further the file must be copied from OneDrive cloud to Google cloud by using Automate.
I think the reason is that the files are not copied sequentially, but several at once. And at some point, a new part of the file tries to join the already copied part of the file. As a result, the When a file is created trigger for the same file is fired twice.
The second problem is that the Automate creates on Google cloud several subdirectories with the same name instead of one subdirectory.
And the third problem is that the flow generally stops copying files after some time. Perhaps the automatic blocking is triggered due to some unsuccessful sessions. That is, the synchronization of the PC with the OneDrive continues, new files appear on the cloud, but nothing is copied to the Google cloud.
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