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_tom_austin_
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"Flow Step" in BPF not listing Flows

When I create a BPF and select the "Flow Step (Preview)" option, none of my Flows show in the list.

 

I'm new to Flows, and from searching it seems this must be a brand new feature? Is it anyone aware of how to make my flows available to this feature please?

 

Screenshot 2019-06-09 at 22.21.49.pngScreenshot 2019-06-09 at 22.22.01.png

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Super User
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Re: "Flow Step" in BPF not listing Flows

Hi @_tom_austin_ ,

 

I haven't tried this feature yet. This article might be helpful for you.

 

https://2die4it.com/2018/10/15/microsoft-flow-business-process-flows-from-a-traditional-crm-perspect...

 

Thanks



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v-lin-msft
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Re: "Flow Step" in BPF not listing Flows

Hi @_tom_austin_,

 

This is a new feature that launched on June 9th, This article describes the updates, including the new features, and the fixes to existing functionality, which are included in this update. 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/business-applications-release-notes/powerplatform/released-versions...

The authoring experience now opens directly in the Microsoft Flow designer, instead of in a separate tab.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Lin Tu

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_tom_austin_
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Re: "Flow Step" in BPF not listing Flows

Hi, It seems the "Action Step" and "Flow Step" are seperate items to choose from. (See screenshot above) From the articles you've linked to, I can't seem to find the information regarding the "Flow Step"?

 

I'm working natively in Flow (Plan 2) as I don't have a Dynamics license.

 

@v-lin-msft @abm 

HSheild
Level 10

Re: "Flow Step" in BPF not listing Flows

This is obviously and old thread but if it helps I found that you have to add the Flow to a Solution to get it to appear in the BPF editor.

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