I'm using flows and it would be great if everytime i create a task within OneNote I can make it send that task to Wunderlist or to Outlook Tasks
Per my certain knowledge of OneNote, I don’t find a button for creating a Task.
Do you mean create a task on a page/section or anything else? Could you show me more details about Task?
About the trigger for OneNote, currently we have three triggers for OneNote, looks like below:
If you are creating a task on Page/Section, you could consider to use one of these triggers according to your needs.
Please feel free reply if I misunderstand you.
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Can we move this TO Flow Forum? I greatly appreciate the help. The problem is that if i'm in a meeting and we are coming up with ideas i'd like to create the tasks in OneNote (cmd+1) and have those go to Wunderlist. The three options you presented would mean i'd have to create a brand new page for every task and that would make my OneNote very convoluted. I'm brand new to OneNote so maybe i'm doing something wrong and you can help me do it right.
I have moved your thread from PowerApps Forum to Flow General Discussion at here:
If you are trying to use OneNote, currently it seems that you will have to create a brand new page for every task. As currently we only have the triggers about “When a new page is created” or “When a new section is created”.
I have seen a similar request on Flow Ideas Forum about “Onenote - Editing a Page in a Section”, please vote and comment the idea at here:
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