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Overview

The first time you use a Bynder DAM card in your FLO, you will need to authorize a connection.

  1. Give your connection a nickname. This should be unique, so that in the case that your teammates authorize multiple Bynder DAM connections, you will be able to tell them apart.
  2. Enter the domain name without “https://“. e.g. “mycompany.bynder.com”
  3. Click “Create” to launch a window to create your Bynder DAM connection. Once you are signed in, this configuration will be saved.

    Events

    • Asset Updated

      Start FLO when an existing asset is updated

    • New Asset

      Start FLO when a new asset is created

    Actions

    • Add Assets to Collection

      Add an asset or assets to a collection

    • Add Tag to Assets

      Add a tag to an asset or assets

    • Custom API Call

      Make a custom HTTP request to the Bynder DAM API

      Note: additional fields may be available depending on the connection and options chosen.

      Options:

      • Request Type (dropdown)
        • GET
        • POST
        • PUT
        • DELETE

      Inputs:

      • Request
        • Relative URL (text) - This is everything that comes after the base URL(”https://{domain}/api…“). For example, to GET a list of collections, your value for this field would be “v4/collections” or “/v4/collections”. (the request will work with or without an initial forward slash).
        • Query (object or string) - Any query parameters can be passed as an object or as a string.
        • Body (object or string) - Any body parameters can be passed as an object or as a string.
        • Headers (object) - Any additional headers that you need for your request.

      Outputs:

      • Response
        • Status Code (number)
        • Headers (object)
        • Body (object)
    • Download Asset

      Download an asset

    • Read All Collections

      Read all collections

    • Read All Tags

      Read information about all tags

    • Read Asset Metadata

      Read the metadata of an asset.

    • Read Collection Assets

      Read all assets of a collection

    • Remove Assets from Collection

      Remove an asset or assets from a collection

    • Remove Tag from Assets

      Remove a tag from an asset or assets

    • Search Assets

      Search for an asset

    • Update Asset Metadata

      Update metadata for an asset

    • Upload Asset

      Upload an asset

      Note: Additional fields may be available depending on the connection and options you choose.

      Note: If you would like to upload an asset to a different waiting room you can do the following:

      • Select both Audit? and Access Type as inputs.
      • Set Audit? to true
      • Select the waiting room you wish to upload the asset to from the options on Access Type

      If you do not set Audit? to true then the asset will be uploaded to the default location.

      Note: File names cannot contain spaces and must end in a file extension (ex: filename.jpg). If the file name contains a space you will error with a 404, leaving off the extension will result in a 500 error.

      Options:

      • Save As (dropdown)
        • New asset
        • New asset version

      Outputs:

      • Asset
        • Asset ID (text)