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pooredev
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PowerAutomate flows not populating in PowerApp

All morning today, my PowerApp has been failing to populate my PowerAutomate flows so I can't pull any of them in.

 

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I can still see all my flows when I navigate to them from the 'Flows' tab in the power platform.

 

Anyone else experiencing this? Or have any idea what might be causing the problem?

 

Yesterday, I did add my PowerApp to a Solution so I could export it to a different environment. Would that be something that would affect my ability to add flows to my app now?

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phipps0218
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I would suggest storing everything within your solution. So as well as your Power App, add your flows to the solution then try again. 

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TheRobRush
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Mine are all showing up, may be something specific to your environment

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phipps0218
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I would suggest storing everything within your solution. So as well as your Power App, add your flows to the solution then try again. 

I think this may have been the issue so I'm gonna mark this as the solution.

 

I'm no longer working in that dev environment, but having moved my app over to our prod environment as a part of a solution file, I've had to recreate my flows through the app, rather than directly through the flows page in the Power Platform, for them to be available for use to my prod app.

 

I think the first bullet point here is the relevant documentation

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