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Removing Arguments from powerapps trigger

Hi I have a powerapps trigger for my flow and as I have been coding it I have increased the number of arguments that powerapps should pass, but now I am finalised I want to tidy up and remove the ones I dont need. However although it looks to be easy to ask in poweraps to add an argument I cant see how to remove them again. 

 

Do you have any pointers?

 

thanks

 

James

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Re: Removing Arguments from powerapps trigger

Hi @Jambo1

 

I also suffered from the same situation.

If Flow arguments are incorrect, I will recreate Flow from the beginning.

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Re: Removing Arguments from powerapps trigger

Hi @Jambo1 I'm going to include a video that may answer your question. If you still need assistance after the video please reply in the thread and I will research further.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_H5r0nzwy4 

 

@Anonymous

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Re: Removing Arguments from powerapps trigger

Hi @Jambo1

 

I also suffered from the same situation.

If Flow arguments are incorrect, I will recreate Flow from the beginning.

View solution in original post

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Re: Removing Arguments from powerapps trigger

Thanks @Takuma - I was hoping that this was not the only solution as my flow is now quite large - I heard one of the guys at the flow conference last week say that this was a bug that was being addressed by the dev team, however I dont know if this was wishful thinking or not

 

@Anonymous thanks for the vid - it was interesting though didnt address the problem we see

 

Jambo

 

 

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