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OneNote OneNote integrations

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Automate OneNote integrations with Nekton

Create automations that integrate OneNote with other services

Nekton AI can integrate OneNote with many online apps and tools. Here are some popular integrations you can try to automate your OneNote workflows:

OneNote actions

Nekton can use any feature that is available in OneNote API. Using our advanced AI, you can easily create custom automations for OneNote. Here are some typical actions you can do in your automated workflows.
Create Image Note
Creates a note with an embedded image (must have a public URL to that image).
Create Note in Section
Creates a new note in a specific Notebook/Section
App Extensions (Beta)
Performs an API call using an App Extension (Beta) entry, which you can select or create, later within this Flow's setup. App Extensions (Beta) can be reused across multiple flows and are managed centrally through the App Extensions (Beta) builder.
Append Note
Appends content to the end of a note.
Create Note
Create a new note in the "Quick Notes" section of your default notebook.
Create Page/Note From Url Link
Given a URL, we'll download it and place it in your OneNote account!
API Request (Beta)
This is an advanced action which makes a raw HTTP request that includes this integration's authentication. This is useful if an application has an API endpoint that Nekton doesn't implement yet. You will be expected to read and utilize the API documentation provided by the application. Further, if the application changes their API, you will be expected to make the appropriate fixes and updates.
New Note in Section
Triggers when a new note is created in a notebook/section.

About OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking app that makes it easy to capture and save ideas, images, audio recordings, and anything else you need to remember.