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WAR
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OneNote - Todoist: Problem Getting Your Data (iPad)

I'm new to Flow and am trying to use the OneNote to Todoist function. I can bring up OneNote in a browser or in the app, I sign into Flow, but get a big screen saying "problem getting your data" with no explanation.

 

Any suggestions for this newbie?

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Re: OneNote - Todoist: Problem Getting Your Data (iPad)

Hi @WAR,

 

Have you created connection from Microsoft flow to OneNote?

 

Are you trying to create a task on Todoist when a new page is created on OneNote? Could you show me more details on your scenario?

 

Could you show me a screenshot of the error screen? Does it occur when you sign into flow without any other actions?

 

Before creating a flow, you need to create connections to the services you want to use with correct credentials.

 

With the connections created, I created a flow likes below. When a new page is created in OneNote, a task will be created on Todoist. Please take it for a reference.

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Best regards,

Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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WAR
Level: Power Up

Re: OneNote - Todoist: Problem Getting Your Data (iPad)

As I attempt to sign in to OneNote from the Flow website, my accounts say OneNote (Business) and Todoist.  I am having no problem with Todoist.

 

I have an Office 365 Home account - does it have to be a Business Account?  I am on a hosted exchange account through Rackspace.

 

When I attempt to sign in, I get this message: "Access denied. You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource".

 

Thanks!

 

 

WAR
Level: Power Up

Re: OneNote - Todoist: Problem Getting Your Data (iPad)

The Flow I'm attempting to use is listed as OneNote Business and Todoist.  I'm having no problem signing in to Todoist. 

 

I have an Office 365 Home account on a hosted Exchange server through Rackspace.  Do I have to have an Office 365 Business Account?

 

When I attempt to sign in to OneNote, I get the following message: "Access denied.  You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource".

 

Thanks! 

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