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Triggers when a file is added in a folder being watched. This module retrieves number of files/folders till 4000.
Activated when you add an article in a personal Feedly board
This trigger fires when you highlight text in a Feedly article.
This trigger fires when you add a note to a Feedly article.
Triggers when a new article is published in a feed or in a category of feeds, or added to a selected board.
Creates a new folder.
Creates a new text file(.doc) or overwrite an existing text file(.doc) with the provided content as plain text.
Creates or Updates a public share link to the file or folder (It allows to share the file or folder with anyone).
Permanently removes a file/folder from the server.
Downloads a file from a specified folder.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Moves a file or folder to a different location in the user's Dropbox.
Renames a file/folder in the user's Dropbox.
Restores a previous file version.
Uploads a file to a selected folder.
This action will read content from a URL, and create a new article in a personal board.
This action will try to find a source from a URL, and add it to a personal feed.
This action will create a new article in a Feedly board. It requires content, a URL, and a title.
Gets the metadata about a specific feed.
Subscribes a feed to categories. If title is not present, the feed title will be used. If categories is missing, the feed will automatically be added to the uncategorized category.
Retrieves a list of files or subforders in a specified folder.
Retrieves a list of file revisions needed to recover previous content.
Searches for files and folders by name.
Searches feeds based on title, url or #topic.
Gets categories of feeds.
Gets all sources to which a user is currently subscribed.
Searches articles using criteria.