How To Connect Box To OneDrive with Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service. It allows us to react to an event in one service and do something with the data from that event into another service. The users can build workflows that automatically does some business tasks and processes across applications and services.

It helps us to monitor all our workflow with the help of a great cloud solution called “Microsoft Flow”. Before reading this article, please go through some important articles mentioned below.


Box is a cloud computing business service which provides file-sharing, collaborating, and other tools for working with files that are uploaded to its servers. Users can determine how their content can be shared with other users. Users may invite others to view and/or edit an account's shared files, upload documents and photos to a shared files folder (and thus share those documents outside Box), and give other users rights to view shared files. Login to Box here to learn more.


OneDrive is a file-hosting service operated by Microsoft as part of its suite of online services. It allows the users to store files as well as other personal data like Windows Settings or BitLocker recovery keys in the cloud. Files can be synced to a PC and accessed from a web browser or a mobile device, as well as shared publicly or with specific people. Log into OneDrive from here.

How to create a Microsoft Flow to connect the Box and OneDrive

Here, we will connect a Box to OneDrive.


  • Microsoft Account – Corporate ID.
  • Box Account.
  • Microsoft OneDrive Account

Follow the below steps to build a Flow using a template.

Step 1

Sign in to Box account.

Create a folder in Box.


The folder is created.


Step 2

Log in to


Here is the dashboard.


Step 3

Choose the Templates menu from the menu bar.


Search "Box to OneDrive" in the search bar and choose “Copy new files in Box in a specific folder in OneDrive" template.


Now, click on the "Use this template" button.


Step 4

Sign into OneDrive and give it permission to access your accounts.


Step 5

Sign into Box and give it permission to access your accounts.


Step 6

After all of these get configured, click on the "Continue" button.


Step 7

Next, let us configure the flow using Box and OneDrive.


Now, choose a folder in the Box.


Choose Folder in OneDrive.


The final Flow should be like this. Click on "Save Flow".


The Flow is created.



Upload the image to the Box.


Image Uploaded.


The image is saved on OneDrive to a specific folder.


Open the Image.

Here is the history of the flow.



I hope you understood how to connect Box to OneDrive automatically. Stay tuned for more Flow articles.

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