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Code node
NocoDB node
Spotify node
Merge node

Add liked songs to a Spotify monthly playlist

🎶 Add liked songs to a monthly playlist > This Workflow is a port of Add saved songs to a monthly playlist from IFTTT. When you like a song, the workflow will save this song in a monthly playlist. E.g.: It's June 2024, I liked a song. The workflow will save this song in a playlist called June '24. If this playlist does not exist, the workflow will create it for me. ⚙ How it works Each 5 minutes, the workflow will start automatically. He will do 3 things : Get the last 10 songs you saved in the "Liked song" playlist (by clicking on the heart in the app) and save them in a NocoDB table (of course, the workflow avoid to create duplicates). Check if the monthly playlist is already created. Otherwise, the playlist is created. The created playlist is also saved in NocoDB to avoid any problems. Check if the monthly playlist contains all the song liked this month by getting them from NocoDB. If they are not present, add them one by one in the playlist. You may have a question regarding the need of NocoDB. Over the last few weeks/months, I've had duplication problems in my playlists and some playlists have been created twice because Spotify wasn't returning all the information but only partial information. Having the database means I don't have to rely on Spotify's data but on my own, which is accurate and represents reality. 📝 Prerequisites You need to have : Spotify API keys, which you can obtain by creating a Spotify application here: Create a NocoDB API token 📚 Instructions Follow the instructions below Create your Spotify API credential Create your NocoDB credential Populate all Spotify nodes with your credentials Populate all Spotify nodes with your credentials Enjoy ! If you need help, feel free to ping me on the N8N Discord server or send me a DM at "LucasAlt" Show your support Share your workflow on X and mention @LucasCtrlAlt Consider buying me a coffee 😉
Code node node
Microsoft Outlook node
Slack node
Merge node

Phishing Analysis - and VirusTotal

This n8n workflow automates the analysis of email messages received in a Microsoft Outlook inbox to identify indicators of compromise (IOCs), specifically suspicious URLs. It can be triggered manually or scheduled to run daily at midnight. The workflow begins by retrieving up to 100 read email messages from the Outlook inbox. However, there seems to be a configuration issue as it should retrieve unread messages, not read ones. It then marks these messages as read to avoid processing them again in the future. The messages are then split into individual items using the Split In Batches node for sequential processing. For each email, the workflow analyzes its content to find URLs, which are considered potential IOCs. If URLs are found, the workflow proceeds to check these URLs for potential threats using two services, and VirusTotal, in parallel. In the first path, scans each URL, and if there are no errors, the results from and VirusTotal are merged. If there are errors, the workflow waits 1 minute before attempting to retrieve the URLScan results again. The loop then continues for the next email. In the second path, VirusTotal is used to scan the URLs, and the results are retrieved. Finally, the workflow checks if the data field is not empty, filtering out items where no data was found. It then sends a summarized Slack message to report details about the analyzed email, including the subject, sender, date, URLScan report URL, and VirusTotal verdict for URLs that were reported as malicious. Potential issues during setup include configuring the Outlook node to retrieve unread messages, resolving a configuration issue in the VirusTotal node, and handling authentication and API keys for both and VirusTotal nodes. Additionally, proper error handling and testing with various email content types and URLs are essential to ensure the workflow accurately identifies IOCs and reports them to the Slack channel.
n8n Team
n8n node
Telegram Trigger node

(De)activate n8n workflows using Telegram commands

Telegram N8N workflow (de)activator What does it do? This workflow helps you to quickly activate or deactivate a workflow through Telegram. Sometimes we are not able to access a PC to resolve an issue if something goes wrong with a workflow. If you, like me, use Telegram to send yourself error reports, you can quickly react in case of urgency. Just by sending '/stop' combined with the name you use for a workflow, you can deactivate a workflow, or reactivate it with '/start'. For example '/stop marketing'. Walkthrough: (6min) Instructions Create a Telegram API key through botfather ( Add it to the telegram credentials. For the N8N nodes, go to settings in your n8n instance. Then 'n8n API' and 'create an API key'. To ensure that only we can send commands to the bot, we need the chat ID of our DM with our newly created bot. Open the the Telegram trigger and click on 'listen to events'. Go to Telegram and send a direct message to the bot, this will trigger the Telegram node. Go to the filter node and fill in the chat id you want to filter for with the data you got from the test event in the Telegram node. In the first Switch node you can find the commands, in this case it is '/start' and '/stop'. When you send a message to your bot starting with either of those, it will go to the next switch nodes. Next it will check what other word it contains. As an example I have used the words 'marketing' and 'sales', both corresponding to a marketing and sales workflow. The last nodes will either activate or deactivate a workflow.
Postgres Trigger node
Code node
Google Sheets node

Sync new data between two apps

This template shows how to sync data from one service to another. Specifically, in this example we're saving a new qualified lead from a Postgres database to a Google Sheets file. Setup instructions are located inside the workflow template.
n8n Team
OpenAI Chat Model node
Code node
Google Sheets node

Chat with a Google Sheet using AI

This workflow allows you to ask questions about the data in a Google Sheet over a chat interface. It uses n8n's built-in chat, but could be modified to work with Slack, Teams, WhatsApp, etc. Behind the scenes, the workflow uses GPT4, so you'll need to have an OpenAI API key that supports it. How it works The workflow uses an AI agent with custom tools that call a sub-workflow. That sub-workflow reads the Google Sheet and returns information from it. Because models have a context window (and therefore a maximum number of characters they can accept), we can't pass the whole Google Sheet to GPT - at least not for big sheets. So we provide three ways of querying less data, that can be used in combination to answer questions. Those three functions are: List all the columns in the sheet Get all values of a single column Get all values of a single row Note that to use this template, you need to be on n8n version 1.19.4 or later.
David Roberts
n8n node
Merge node
Dropbox node

Nightly n8n backup to Dropbox

This template will create a nightly backup of all your n8n workflows to a Dropbox folder. Each night, the previous night's backups are moved into an "old" folder, and renamed with the date they were taken. Backups over a specified age are deleted. (this is disabled by default for safety until you manually enable and verify it with your own setup) Prerequisites Dropbox account and credentials A destination folder for backups Setup Update all dropbox nodes with your credential Edit the Schedule Trigger node with the desired time to run the backup Edit the DESTINATION FOLDER node to specify the path in dropbox to upload to. This should be a folder and include the trailing / If you want to automatically purge old backups Edit the PURGE DAYS node to specify the age to purge Enable the PURGE DAYS node, and the 3 subsequent nodes Enable the workflow to run on the specified schedule
Joey D’Anna

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