Flow Actions for Quip



  1. Install either package. Use the unmanaged if you want to look at the code. If you run into installation conflicts, you’ll need to use the managed package, which has its own namespace. NOTE: If you have a version older than March 2019, reinstall the current version below, which has a bug fix that was added at the beginning of April 2019.
Managed Package
Unmanaged Package

2. Manually create a Named Credential that looks like this:

3.Log into the quip account you want to work with (you might want to create a new one to experiment and test with. Keep in mind that these actions write data and so you need to make sure you don’t mess up your existing information.) and then obtain a personal access token from here: https://quip.com/api/personal-token

4. Go to Custom Metadata in Setup, find the Quip Access Tokens type. Create a new record. make it look like this, but use your own personal access token

NOTE: If you get this error when installing:

. asb_listingvalidation.null()
line 207, column 23: Dependent class is invalid and needs recompilation:
 Class asb_ListingDO : Dependent class is invalid and needs recompilation:
 Class asb_StoreDO : Illegal assignment from List<Folder> to List<Folder>

…the recommended remedy is to uninstall Appexchange Store Builder package and then try again.

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