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When a file is created in OneDrive, it does move to SharePoint document library

Hi All,

 

I've set up my team members with a flow to help streamline a process we have. The flow is set up to move a file to a SharePoint document library once the file has been saved to their personal OneDrive folder. For some reason the flow isn't working for some of the team members and I want to know what may be causing the issue.

 

Below is the flow. They have created a folder called "Resumes" in their OneDrive account.

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Hi @dreaves1 ,

 

Please consider exporting this Flow and then sharing the .zip file with other members.

 

Members can import this flow and use their accounts to create a connection so that the flow can work.

Export and import your flows across environments with packaging | Power Automate Blog

 

In addition, you can also try to use Send a copy to create a Flow template to share with specified members, and they can create their flow based on this template.

Send a flow as a copy | Power Automate Blog

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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ok @dreaves1  the reason is very simple, every flow starts with a conection if you wnat to access to one drive from other user you need permission to do it, like username and password.

 

So the user needs to create a new conection to run the flow in his/her own account



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Community Support

 

Hi @dreaves1 ,

 

Please consider exporting this Flow and then sharing the .zip file with other members.

 

Members can import this flow and use their accounts to create a connection so that the flow can work.

Export and import your flows across environments with packaging | Power Automate Blog

 

In addition, you can also try to use Send a copy to create a Flow template to share with specified members, and they can create their flow based on this template.

Send a flow as a copy | Power Automate Blog

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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