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It sounds like you are missing some header information. If you hit F12 and refresh the SharePoint page, you might be able to see the actual call being made so you can replicate in Alteryx (or Postman, for that matter). I've found Postman a good testing tool for making API calls, then you can translate to Alteryx after you have a successful call.
you'll likely need to apply or find your api token/credentials and build a authorization token which is passed through the header.
What are you trying to pull from sharepoint?
Edit: one thing i noticed early but forgot to comment on is that you are using the endpoint (field1) as both the URL and a header. that will likely never be the case. for the headers, every checkbox you select will be passed through as a name/value pair. So in this instance, your header would be field1:www.sharepointurl.com/xxxxxxxx.
Once you get your sharepoint credentials, you can pass through the "Authorization" header as:
which, in alteryx will be a field called "authorization" and the value would be "Bearer 892nf92ncf92f82hjf282f89". you would then select that field in the "header" section.
I'm not sure what you are looking for with regards to bitly links in sharepoint. are you trying to create bitly links?
URL - fed through the text input tool as a field used in the download tool
Parameter - with GET requests, can be passed through using the Headers, POST calls it should be passed through using the "Payload" tab.
Header - select the Header fields in the header tab
Body - Used on POST Requests - pass through in Payload tab.