Dropbox, Twilio Integrations

Dropbox
Twilio
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Triggers

Dropbox

Watch files

Triggers when a new file is added or an existing file is modified in a folder being watched.

Twilio

Watch calls

Triggers when a new call is initiated.

Twilio

Watch messages (SMS or MMS)

Triggers when a new SMS/MMS message is available.

Twilio

Watch notifications

Triggers when an error or warning occurs.

Twilio

Watch recordings

Triggers when a call is recorded.

Actions

Dropbox

Upload a file

Uploads a file to a selected folder.

Dropbox

Get a file

Downloads a file from a specified folder.

Dropbox

Delete a file

Permanently removes a file from the server.

Dropbox

Restore a file

Restores a previous file version.

Dropbox

List file revisions

Retrieves a list of file revisions needed to recover previous content.

Dropbox

Create a shared link

Creates a public share link to the file (it allows to share the file with anyone).

Dropbox

Create a folder

Creates a new folder.

Dropbox

List all files/subfolders in a folder

Retrieves a list of files/subfolders in a specified folder.

Twilio

Call a phone number

Calls a selected phone number and executes specified instructions.

Twilio

Send a message

Sends SMS or MMS to a selected number.

Iterators

Twilio

Retrieve media

Processes media one at a time.

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