Connectors list

Select a connector to learn how to build workflows quickly.

Standard connectors

Connectors
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API/Web App
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Appfigures
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Asana
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Azure DocumentDB
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Azure ML
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Azure
Functions
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Azure Blob
Storage
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Basecamp 3
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Bitly
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BizTalk Server
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Blogger
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Box
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Campfire
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Cognitive Services
Text Analytics
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Common Data
Service
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DB2
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Delay
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Dropbox
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Dynamics 365
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Dynamics 365
for Financials
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Dynamics 365
for Operations
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Easy Redmine
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Facebook
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File System
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FTP
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GitHub
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Google Calendar
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Google Drive
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Google Sheets
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Google Tasks
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HipChat
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HTTP
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HTTP Swagger
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HTTP
Request
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HTTP
Response
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Informix
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Insightly
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Instagram
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Instapaper
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JIRA
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MailChimp
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Mandrill
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Microsoft
Translator
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Nested
Logic App
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Office 365
Outlook
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Office 365
Users
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Office 365
Video
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OneDrive
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OneDrive for
Business
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Oracle DB
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Outlook.com
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PagerDuty
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Pinterest
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Project Online
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Query
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Recurrence
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Redmine
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RSS
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Salesforce
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SendGrid
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Service Bus
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SFTP
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SharePoint
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Slack
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Smartsheet
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SMTP
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SparkPost
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SQL Server
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Todoist
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Trello
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Twilio
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Twitter
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Vimeo
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Visual Studio
Team Services
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Webhook
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WordPress
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Wunderlist
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Yammer
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YouTube

Integration account connectors

Integration account
connectors
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XML
validation
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XML
transform
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Flat file
encoding
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Flat file
decoding
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AS2
decoding
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AS2
encoding
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X12
decoding
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X12
encoding
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EDIFACT
decoding
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EDIFACT
encoding
Note

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Enterprise connectors

Use the enterprise connectors to create logic apps for B2B scenarios that include EAI and EDI.

Enterprise
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MQ
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SAP

Connectors can be triggers

Several connectors provide triggers that can notify your app when specific events occur. For example, the FTP connector has the OnUpdatedFile trigger. You can build either a logic app, PowerApp, or Flow that listens to this trigger and performs an action whenever the trigger fires.

There are two types of triggers:

  • Poll Triggers: These triggers poll your service at a specified frequency to check for new data. When new data is available, a new instance of your app runs with the data as input. To prevent the same data from being consumed multiple times, the trigger may clean up data that has been read and passed to your app.
  • Push Triggers: These triggers listen for data on an endpoint or for an event to occur, then, triggers a new instance of your app. The Twitter connector is one such example.

Connectors can be actions

You can also use connectors as actions in your apps. Actions are useful for looking up data, which can then be used in running your app. For example, you might need to look up customer data from a SQL database when processing an order. Or, you might need to write, update, or delete data in a destination table. You can perform these tasks using the actions provided by the connectors. Actions map to operations that are defined in the Swagger metadata.

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