Wrike - Update folder action

Folders are one of the main ways to organize and manage information on Wrike.

This action updates a specific folder in Wrike. You can change the folder name, add or modify the title and description, as well as modify sharing users.

Update folder action Update folder action

Input fields

Input field Description
Folder Select a folder to update. To use folder ID, toggle "Enter a folder ID".
Title The new title of the folder.
Description The description of the folder.
Users to share the folder with Select users to share this folder with. You can define users with a source list or manually input their user ID.
Remove users from sharing of folder Select the users to remove from sharing this folder. You can define users with a source list or manually input their user ID.
Remove parent folders/projects Select the parent folders to remove. You cannot remove the Root folder or the Recycle bin. You can define folders with a source list or manually input the folder ID.
Add parent folders/projects Select parent folders/projects to add. You can define folders/projects with a source list or manually input the folders/projects ID.
Restore Select Yes to restore folder from recycle bin, otherwise select No.
Custom field Provide data for the custom field(s).
Project Wrike projects are folders with additional properties. For more information, see the Create project action.
Status The status of the task.
Add owner ID Select users to add as project owners.
Remove owner ID Select users to remove as project owners.
Start date The date this project was started.
End date The date this project will end.

Output fields

Output field Description
Folder ID The ID of the folder.
Account ID The ID of the account.
Title The title of the folder.
Updated date The date this folder was updated.
Created date The date this folder was created.
Description The description of the folder. Will be blank if not specified.
Users who share the folder The list of users who share the folder.
User ID The ID of the user who shares this folder.
List size The size of the list, corresponding to the number of users retrieved.
Parent folder The list of parent folders of this folder.
Folder ID The folder ID of the parent folder.
List size The size of the list, corresponding to the number of parent folders retrieved.
Child folder The list of child folders of this folder.
Folder ID The folder ID of the child folder.
List size The size of the list, corresponding to the number of child folders retrieved.
Super parent folder The list of super parent folder to this folder.
Folder ID The folder ID of the super parent folder.
List size The size of the list, corresponding to the number of super parent folders retrieved.
Scope The scope of the folder.
Has attachments Indicates if the folder has attachments.
Permalink The link to open the folder in a web workspace. This is only accessible if the user has the appropriate access.
Workflow ID The ID of the folder workflow.
Metadata The metadata of this folder. The metadata list size corresponds to the number of metadata entries retrieved.
Project The project properties of this folder.
Author The author who created the project.
Owner ID The list of IDs of project owners.
User ID The user ID of the project owner.
List size The size of the list, corresponding to the number of project owners retrieved.
Status The status of the project.
Start date The date this project was started.
End date The date this project was ended.
Created date The date this project was created.
Completed date The date this project was completed.
Custom fields Includes data from custom field(s).

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