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Flow can't find my Group forms

Hi Everyone,


this is my first post here, i just created a "form" and move to "Group forms", now i want to create a flow for this form,but i can't find this form from the list, is flow not support group form? 

actually i want to create a form and make approval flow and add to "ms teams" for teams user submitt,

so i guess this form not store my onedrive account, so i move to group, am i right? 


thanks for your help.



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Hi @dicky218 ,


Thanks for updating. Glad to hear that it is working for you now.


Best regards,



Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Super User

HI @dicky218 , group forms are supported but you need to paste in the ID of the form into Flow rather than select it. So when you are editing the form, look in the address bar where it says FormId=g63aHu-yPUiB8SxIaC9A7B4fqWJxhk9EprbnRFYHGoVURDZQRThNU1dQNjVXSjNTWUhORjhMQkM0RyQlQCN0PWcu (yours will be different of course) and paste the part after FormId= into the Form Id field in the Flow trigger.

Los Gallardos


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Hi @dicky218 ,


I have made a test as @RobElliott  suggested, which is working perfectly.


Please take a try with it on your side.


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Dear All,


thanks for advice, i just tried, but can't load the form details for futher action.



after close all the bowser and recreate the form, i can add flow under group forms, thanks all

Hi @dicky218 ,


Thanks for updating. Glad to hear that it is working for you now.


Best regards,



Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

What about Dynamic Content? When I try to create a Power BI connection, I can't map the responses because they aren't listed in the Dynamic Content dialogue.

Not applicable

Hello, I also have this question. When I moved my Form to group forms, I can't find all the dynamic content that I need. It's on my Form but when building out the flow in power automate it isn't finding all the fields I need.

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I'm attempting to collect responses to a Form from multiple private Groups into a single Excel Table.  I've followed the steps to copy and paste the Form Id into a PowerAutomate flow.  When I run a test I get the error, "The response is not in a JSON format."  Please assist, am I copying the correct Form Id?  The Form Id looks similar in length and format to the example, FormId=K5xmsAxMPEGEvHXe-W2wLIfGny4vFmFOo2Ar3fcTupVUOFJLOUlNUlZUS1pKRTJBMElJVk9MOVhLTSQlQCN0PWcu


Shared form Issue: 


I have entered the Form ID as explained above.   This form was not created by me but the edit link was provided and that's what I'm trying to use.  


The issue now:


1.  The Dynamic Content does not display so I cannot associate the Form fields with the SharePoint List fields

2.  Cannot save the form without the following error:


3.  This is the Original Form ID (I made a small edit for security purposes) 
Original Form Link (altered for security)


Form Link used in Flow:  3Dv4j5cvGGr0GRqy180BHbR7-29H0QX9xMp-Kf7FSjAMVUMM1SDNWUldWTVFMDVHRUVMVc0SFg4Si4u%26Token%3D392d69a3a16cbc69af2fba831fs3f


Any advise? 






I was using the edit form link that was provided to me and it kept failing.  



  1. Go the form in question.  
  2. Select "Send" button at the top right
  3. Copy the URL  - This is the one you need!  It's different than the edit URL
  4. Paste that in your browser and you'll see the form just like an end user would.  Copy the test string after "?id="   That long string is what you're looking for. 


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Hi, I tried the exact same above and still did not work for me, I even included the get response details task as suggested by other posts.
The strange part is also i created this form, but when i tried to select it from the list, there was no forms to select.
And as noted by the previous post you have to use the 'send url id' and not the 'edit url id' (edit: and i did make sure that i used the correct id)

Any suggestions ?


EDIT: I have to profusely apologize I overlooked the complete obvious, my corporate and person email account had the same profile picture, and without noticing i created the form on my personal account and tried to use Power Automate from my corporate account, i am not sure if its by design, or if its a bug? 

But after i recreated my form on my corporate account it was able to pull in all the information from my form and my automation worked well. 

Hi Rob, 

Have same issue once I shared the form to a group.


I have have same issue and coping form id doensn't seem to work. I assume best way to get form id 

is via URL? Power flow still doesn't  recognise it




low save failed with code 'DynamicOperationRequestClientFailure' and message 'The dynamic operation request to API 'microsoftforms' operation 'GetQuestions' failed with status code 'BadRequest'. This may indicate invalid input parameters. Error response: { "error": { "code": "674", "message": "CDB TableNotFound. Inner Message: {\"error\":{\"code\":\"NotFound\",\"message\":\"Table 'T5NB4DFWFFQJ7DTGSSK2ECX75J' cannot be found\",\"innerError\":{\"code\":\"TableNotFound\",\"params\":[\"T5NB4DFWFFQJ7DTGSSK2ECX75J\"]}}}", "@ms.form.error.type": "ExpectedFailure" } }'.

Resolver III
Resolver III

Hi guys, i followed this solution but.. i got some errors. is there anyone that can help me?

I had this form and now i putted  it into a my flow is not going anymore. Here are some screenshots. Any help is appreciated! thankssk1.JPGsk2.JPG

@Masino you created the flow from the Forms template which inserts that apply to each action which is incorrect and causes problems. Microsoft have never corrected it. You should build the flow from blank and NOT put in the apply to each but go straight from the trigger to the get response details action. Then add the other actions.


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So i have to rebuild all from scratch? Ops.. damned MS... but thanks for answer !! 🙂

Copy the actions to your clipboard then add them in, it saves a lot of work.


Los Gallardos

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Hi all


i hope you can help, i have a continued issue where i can only create flows using forms that i have created in 'My Forms'.

How can i create flows with forms i have created in a group? i can't seam to get a straight forward answer without other people responding to posts with other issues when they try this too.




I have the same issue but i can't seem to find the form id



In the screenshot you provided it's everything after id=


Los Gallardos
Intranet, SharePoint and Power Platform Manager (and classic 1967 Morris Traveller driver)

Drag an drop that command "Get response detials" from inside the "apply to each" to outside of it, just under the trigger.  


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