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Change the owner and connections of Power Automate Flow

I understand we can add owners on owners of flow page, but it seems the creator of the flow cannot be removed as the button is grey. Besides, if we change the owner and also want to change the connections but don't change the content of flow. We need to add connection in the flow and select to change connection in each step one by one. In this case, sometimes we need to enter the values of the same data source as when we change the connection, the step that has connection will be updated and some values will miss.

If the owner keep changing, we need to keep changing the connections and re entering all the values. So, my idea is create a generic office account to manage the flow. Is there any other ideas on it?

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Hi @jlam 

 

My solution is:

 

There is a way to remove the flow creator from owners by running PowerShell Cmdlets.

 

Please go to the link to see how to remove the flow creator from owenrs: Change the original Owner of a Power App & Flow – Mohamed Ashiq Faleel

 

Please go to the link to see  PowerShell support for Power Apps: PowerShell support - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

 

Currently, MS Flow does not support manging connections.

If you want this feature to be added to MS Flow, you can go to Idea forum to post your request: Power Automate Ideas - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Kira Xie
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