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oussamazebar
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Team Flow Embedded connections

How to make every user use hs own Embedded connections on team flow?

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v-yamao-msft
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Hi Oussamazebar,

 

Embedded connections means that everyone listed as an owner will have access to all these connections and will only be able to use them in this flow.


Please check these two articles for a reference:
https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/create-team-flows/
https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/team-flows/

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Yeah, I know but I have a team approval workflow with my account as an embedded connection. so when someone triggers the flow the approval email will be sent with my email as me the sender.

When setting up the approval flow there is not the From property to specify the sender.

So how to make it possible that the approval email will be sent by the one who triggers the flow?

Did you ever figure out how to change that? I am running into the same issue. I have attempted user get user profile but that does not work if they change their email to an alternate common email.

If I understand your issue, then I was experiencing the same.  And workied round it thus:

Add the Sender as an owner of the Flow

Go to the flow and in "Connections", (top right) > see all.  Find the "Approvals" connection, which will have your name against it (or the name of the person who originally created the Flow), and delete it.

Log into Flow as the Sender (presumably you have permissions to do this).

Edit the flow go to the "Approvals" item in the Flow.  Click on ... and go to My Connections and add a connection.

Repeat this for each Approval itme

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