OneDrive connector

Microsoft OneDrive is a file hosting service and synchronization service operated by Microsoft as part of its web version of Office. Download, upload, create files, manage permissions, read and move folders, share links to files and make custom API calls to the Microsoft Graph API.


Users must be an admin, have delegated access, or be part of a group to access files not owned by the authenticated user.

Authorize your OneDrive account

The OneDrive connector uses OAuth 2.0 for authentication and authorization. The first time you add a OneDrive card to a flow, you're prompted to create a connection. See Authorization.

OneDrive connector event cards



Files or Folder Updated Triggers a flow when a file or folder is updated in OneDrive.

OneDrive connector action cards

Action Description
Create Folder Create a file or folder in OneDrive.
Create Organization Sharing Link Create an organization or anonymous sharing link for a drive item in OneDrive.
Create Recipients Sharing Link Create and send a sharing link to recipients for a drive item in OneDrive.
Custom API Action Make a custom, authenticated HTTP call to OneDrive.
Delete Permission Delete the Permissions on an existing file or folder in OneDrive.
Download File Download a file by its ID from OneDrive.
List Permissions List the Permissions on an existing File or Folder in OneDrive.
Move File or Folder Move an existing file or folder using file or folder ID in OneDrive.
Read File or Folder Read an existing File or Folder using File or Folder ID in OneDrive.
Search Files or Folders Search a file or folder by its name in OneDrive.
Upload File Upload a file to OneDrive.

Related topics

OneDrive connector

Workflow elements

Guidance for OneDrive connector

Microsoft Graph API documentation