Hi there. So, "yes" is the short answer. If you're not already familiar with it, do some reading on the Graph API. That has a connector to create a notebook which (I think) defaults to storing in SharePoint.
From there, you can move the file from SP to OneDrive and should be good, ya? Here's a video on Power Automate and Graph API:
Keep us posted.
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Hi @Anonymous ,
Please take a try with @edgonzales 's solution and let me know if your requirement could be achieved.
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No worries at all. It's tough to figure where people are at sometimes, so I'll go with the quickest response first.
Let me see if I can create something to help get you started. Do you know if you have premium licensing? Looking to see if you've got access to the http connector.
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