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Parse a JSON file from the output of HTTP module.
To make an HTTP request using values from another module, use the JSON generator to define the data structure and modify it as per the convention of the service the request is sent to.
When you update an Airtable record, a new post will be created for the selected social media platform. The record will then be marked as posted. Here is the table used in this scenario.
Every time you add a new record to Airtable, a new Shopify product will be drafted with all of the record data. Assigned Shopify product ID will be saved back in Airtable. Here is the table used in this scenario. You can also use this template to keep track of your orders.
When a new tweet is tweeted in a specified account in Twitter and media files are attached to the tweet, the media files are gotten and sent to Dropbox.
Automatically update an Airtable record with the output data from Phantombuster and upload the result CSV file. The template is supposed to be used as an extension in combination with this template. If you want to use it as a stand-alone scenario, replace the last 2 modules with the Airtable 'Create a Record' module.
List invoices uploaded to Rossum Elis, then extract the invoice fields automatically and store the result in a Google Sheets spreadsheet.
This scenario can be scheduled at specific time intervals to check whether Discord servers are fully operational or not. If an incident is detected, an alert is sent via Gmail with the outage details.
Sends an HTTP(S) request to a specified URL and processes the response.
Downloads a file from a given URL.
Sends an HTTP(S) request to a specified URL that requires Basic Auth authorization and processes the response.
Sends an HTTPS request to a specified URL that requires Client Certificate Auth authorization and processes the response.
Sends an HTTPS request to a specified URL that requires API Key Auth authorization and processes the response.
Sends an HTTP(S) request to a specified URL that requires OAuth 2.0 authorization and processes the response.
Resolves a chain of HTTP redirects and returns a target URL.
Retrieves each header from the HTTP module separately.