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YamiteKudasai
Helper II
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[HELP] Remove Flows and re-add disconnected flow

Hello Everyone,

 

Good day!

 

1. I'm maintaining an app from my company and there are some things I want to remove. I would like to know how to remove flow in power apps?. I have seen only edit. 

 

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2. Also I'm seeing a flow icon on data source But it says disconnected. How to re-add this on data source?

 

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WarrenBelz
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@YamiteKudasai ,

To re-add a Flow, put a button on the screen, select Action > Power Automate from the top menu and select the flow. You can then delete the button and then add the flow into whatever code you need to.

To delete a flow - go to View > Data Sources and delete it. Be sure to remove any code references to it, or you will have a code error.

 

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WarrenBelz
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@YamiteKudasai ,

To re-add a Flow, put a button on the screen, select Action > Power Automate from the top menu and select the flow. You can then delete the button and then add the flow into whatever code you need to.

To delete a flow - go to View > Data Sources and delete it. Be sure to remove any code references to it, or you will have a code error.

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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YamiteKudasai
Helper II
Helper II

The solution that works for me:
1. Remove the flow from the power apps and turn off the flow in the solution.
2. Then create a new cloud flow and then after creating new one, add it to your power apps.

Note: But make sure to copy the old code in the power apps where your old flow exist before adding the new one

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