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Let users configure how soon Microsoft Flow automatically disables Flows in a problem state

Currently, Microsoft Flow will disable any flows that have been in a problem state for 30 days. This is entirely too long for any real business application, and should be much shorter. Ideally, users could pick how many days (e.g. 1 thru 90, or 0 to disable the feature) of continuously failed Flows/a continuous error state should last before the Flow is automatically disabled, but at the very least we should be able to choose between a couple presets (e.g. 1 day of failures, 1 week, 4 weeks).

 

Additionally, Microsoft Flow should include in its notification email *what the error was*. E.g. "One of the connections used in this Flow does not have adequate permissions" or "The Flow failed due to a conflict with your company's DLP policies", etc.

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Agree, I have flow that fails but works.