Monday to Sharepoint Integration

Hi! I am trying to create an automation through Make to download files from Files column on and upload them to a specified SharePoint folder. Any idea how I can export all files on a particular board rather than just a single file with Asset ID.


Yes looking for this too!

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Have you found a solution?

Has anyone found an option for this yet?

Hi @mbakhishov ,

Did you find a solution for this? If not, we would be happy to assist you with the same. Because we have expertise in the Monday APIs, you can simply contact us at where we can discuss it in detail and schedule a call.

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I’m not sure how to do this with Make, but I know it’s possible with Microsoft Power Automate, which is similar to Make. Sometimes companies have licenses to Power Automate, so I thought I would mention it, even though I know you originally asked about Make.

First, you need to add the Microsoft Power Automate app from the marketplace. Setup instructions can be found here: Getting Started | Plugin Genie.

Then, to create the automation flow to transfer files from items to a SharePoint folder, you can follow the tutorial here: Getting Item Files | Plugin Genie.

If you or anyone else on this thread has any questions, feel free to reach out to me directly via I work for the company that created the Power Automate integration. I’ve helped other companies set up this exact flow and I would be happy to help you as well.

Hey Mahammad,

We can create a custom scenario in Make that loops through all the files on a specified board. This way, we can ensure that every file is transferred without needing individual Asset IDs. Set up the scenario to trigger when a new item is added to the board or at a scheduled interval. Use the “List Items” module to retrieve all items from the specified board. For each item, extract the file URLs from the Files column and use the “HTTP - Get a File” module to download them. Use the “Upload File” module in SharePoint to upload the downloaded files to the specified folder.