I am pretty new to SharePoint, Is there a way to sync or connect two lists that resided in different SharePoint Online sites?

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You can sync two lists from different sites through Microsoft Flow.

Please following steps:

1.Create new list named "Sync1" in the SharePoint site

2.Create new list named "Sync2" in other SharePoint site and create same columns as the "Sync1" list

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3.Create a Microsoft Flow

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4.Save and Test this flow

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My design philosophy:

First, automatically trigger the Flow every 5 minutes

Then, get all items in the sync1 list(Get items) and get all items in the sync2 list(Get items 2).

Then, traverse to delete all items in the sync2 list, and re-create the same items in the sync1 list in the sync2 list

Finally, run the Flow again in 5 minutes.

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Please use the below flow:

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Sync1 & Sync2:

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When I delete an item in the Sync1 list, the corresponding item in the Sync2 list is also deleted.

For example, delete item: Test222.

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  • Thanks for the solution. Please allow me to test further on the understanding. Whatif someone edited Sync2 list? Or, can I set Sync2 list as Read only?
    – James
    Jul 13, 2021 at 11:46
  • Also, while I am testing on the solution, for Apply to Each 2, are the " choice value" and "content" refer to Sync2 as well?
    – James
    Jul 14, 2021 at 9:15
  • Hi James. For "Apply to each 2", the "Title", "Choice value" and "Content" come from Sync1(Get item). Jul 14, 2021 at 10:56
  • It works!!! One last question, what is the principle of the steps? Especially Apply to each and Apply to each 2 in this instance?
    – James
    Jul 14, 2021 at 12:04
  • Hi James. I have updated answer under initial My Answer. Hope this can help you to solve issue. Have a nice day! Jul 15, 2021 at 3:21

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