First post here — I’m glad to be joining of the community!
I’m setting up my first workflows on my self-hosted n8n instance.
So far I have created two workflows, one to create a new tasks in Todoist every time I create a new Page in a specific Notion database, and one working the other way around (Todoist > Notion) that’s using the Todoist webhook.
So far, so good.
Now, I would like to tackle updates.
When I update (say add a due date to) a task in Todoist I’d like the corresponding Notion Page property to be updated.
I’m not quite sure how to handle this:
Do I actually need to create a seperate workflow from my initial one that deals with newly created items?
Or should I rather host both task on the same workflow? (both = new items and update items)
In this case should I ask setup the Todoist webhook to watch for “item:updated” as well as “item:added” ? (see screenshot below)
- I figure that if you answer yes to the previous question, I might have to use an If node to differentiate events brought by the webhook that are new and those that are mere updates. If my intuition’s right, can you clue me as to how to set it up?
n8n is a bit of a learning curve but geez it’s worth it!
Looking forward to reading your comments.