Box2019-02-19T11:12:27-07:00

Project Description

Integration Usage

Synchronize your Scoop files, pictures and videos with files and folders in box.  Create a “FLO” as a series of steps  to automate or integrate data and workflow with Scoop. In this way when an Event “triggers” the FLO it will perform each Action and Function, one by one, from left to right.  See the specific set of available Events and Actions for integrating box with Scoop.

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Specifications

Available Events & Actions

  • File Created
    Start FLO when a new file is added to a folder
  • File Updated
    Start FLO when an existing file is updated with new information or content
  • Folder Created
    Start FLO when a new folder is added
  • Folder Updated
    Start FLO when an existing folder is updated with new information or content
  • New Comment
    Start FLO when a new comment is added to a file
  • New Task
    Start FLO when a New Task is Created
  • New Task Assignment
    Start FLO when a task is assigned
  • Add Comment to File
    Add a comment to a file using the file ID
  • Add Task to File
    Add a task to a file using the file ID
  • Assign Task
    Assigns a task to a user
  • Copy Folder
    Copy a folder using the folder ID
  • Create Folder
    Create a folder using input fields.
  • Create Share Link
    Create a share link for a file or folder
  • Delete File
    Delete a file using the file ID
  • Delete Folder
    Delete a folder using the folder ID
  • Download File
    Download the contents of a file using the file ID
  • Read File Info
    Read information about a file using the file ID
  • Read Folder Info
    Read information about a folder using the folder ID
  • Search Folders
    Search folders using filters.
  • Update File Info
    Update information about a file using the file ID
  • Update Folder Info
    Update information about a folder using the folder ID
  • Update Task
    Update a task using the task ID
  • Update Task Assignment
    Update a assignment of a task
  • Upload File
    Upload file content to a folder