One of the things I am trying to automate is sending an email with an attachment.
This attachment is the latest file available in a dropbox folder, that would be uploaded as soon as its available.
Here’s an overview of what I am trying to do:
New file is available in dropbox folder > File is uploaded and added to attachment column in airtable base > Status of row changes to send > Custom email is sent to set email.
This seems possible, but I am stuck at understand how to let airtable know that new file is available.
How would you create this?
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Great idea, @ScottWorld.
I am trying to rely solely on Airtable to do this so that there are fewer privacy things I have to monitor and consent to.
Didn’t know Make, will definitely learn more about its potential.
Well, this post had me go down the Dropbox webhook rabbit hole. I created a drop box app, added the Airtable webhook URL, But dropbox requires the webhook respond to a GET request to validate the webhook. I think Airtable webhooks only accept POST. Not sure how to move past that, bummer.