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KamilAdamczyk Helper V
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How to manage big flows

Hey!

I have an issue. I want to manage my flow in easier way. My flow is getting big however working very fast. I have few groups which are doing different job. It's possible to group them like in the loop to hide the content? That would be great because I could make better documentation which part what is doing.

The picture of the flow:

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I would like to group these 3 parts into 3 different groups.

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Dual Super User
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Re: How to manage big flows

Hi!

Try Scope action block

https://www.c5insight.com/Resources/Blog/tabid/148/entryid/834/microsoft-flow-what-is-scope.aspx

Hope this helps



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Dual Super User
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Re: How to manage big flows

Hi!

Try Scope action block

https://www.c5insight.com/Resources/Blog/tabid/148/entryid/834/microsoft-flow-what-is-scope.aspx

Hope this helps



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Re: How to manage big flows

Hi @KamilAdamczyk 

 

You can use scope actions. This will put all group of actions together and minimise them in one step. For readability of flow this might help. Overall still its one large flow contains all actions.

 

Another way to think is separate your flow logic into child flows and call the child flows from your parent flow.

 

https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/october-updates-for-microsoft-flow/

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform-release-plan/2019wave2/power-automate/call-child-flo...

 

Thanks



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KamilAdamczyk Helper V
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Re: How to manage big flows

@abm @efialttes 

It's not so useful as I wish because I can't group in scope initialize variable.

Dual Super User
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Re: How to manage big flows

Kamil
I agree with you, it's a pity 'Initialize variable' cannot be placed inside an Scope, let's hope Microsoft development team will implement this feature in the future. In the meanwhile, currently it's better than nothing
BR


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