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Fuadaj
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As co-owner, Not able to connect after the owner left

Hi,

We have flows which are shared and I am a co owner. The owner left the organisation. After his account got disabled, we are no longer able to run the flow. There is an error in connections. I dont see an option to connect.

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Krishna_R
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Hi @Fuadaj 
1. open your flow

2. check the connections ==> click on edit

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3. update all the associated connections of the flow with new connection details

Thank you Krishna for your reply.

I tried the above step. On the connections, it shows the current owner. When I click on Edit, I get the options to add users and groups, for which I am already an owner. Under Connections, I dont find an option to change the connection to mine.

Fuadaj
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Hi Krishna

I checked again and this time I edited the flow and under some actions it showed connection invalid, I clicked on those and there, it showed my name. I selected my name and it seems to be fine now.

Krishna_R
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@Fuadaj 
Yes, if new connections were already created
u can click on 3 dots of each action and change the connection by selecting existing connection or by adding new connection

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