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kathanas
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I changed the name of my SharePoint but Flow is still reading the old name

I'm trying to create a flow between my one drive and my team share point, but I'm getting an error message.

 

When I created my team, I linked it to an old planner I had open, but I wnated to change the name of the planner to the team name. but not it seems like the sharepoint, OneNote and other items still have the old name and this is causing an error to flag when I try to create the flow.

 

How do I change everything related to the team and planner to the correct name?

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kathanas
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Re: I changed the name of my SharePoint but Flow is still reading the old name

Hi V-yamao-msft,

 

I ended up deleting the old team and planner and creating a new one. Even when I changed the link addresses, they threw an error. It was really the sharepoint site, it woudn't change the link address. Luckily it didn't have too much in it so creating a new team from scratch went well.


Thanks again!

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Re: I changed the name of my SharePoint but Flow is still reading the old name

Hi kathanas,

 

How is your flow created and what’s the error message? Could you show me more details to help reproduce this issue?

 

When you are trying to create a new flow, are you able to get the new team name?

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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kathanas
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Re: I changed the name of my SharePoint but Flow is still reading the old name

Hi V-yamao-msft,

 

I ended up deleting the old team and planner and creating a new one. Even when I changed the link addresses, they threw an error. It was really the sharepoint site, it woudn't change the link address. Luckily it didn't have too much in it so creating a new team from scratch went well.


Thanks again!

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