Hi there, I'm searching for a way to trigger a flow when a JSON file is modified on a github.com repository (that I do not own).
The github connector doesn't seem to offer a trigger on 'commits', only for 'issues'.
Any idea how I could do this?
I have made a test on my side and the github connector doesn't have a trigger on 'commits', only have the trigger for 'issues' as you said.
I afraid that there is no way to achieve your needs in Microsoft Flow currently.
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Hi @GabrielStJohn, this Idea (https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Required-triggers-for-Github/idi-p/40296) matches the request for a commit-trigger.
But this doesn't answer my original question. I knew already that the connector couldn't do it and stated it in the question. What I was/am after is smart idea/hack/workaround to get the desired behavior without waiting for the connector to be updated.
I agree that it is a good idea to add the Flow-Idea-Link for future reference, but I don't consider the question answered.
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