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DevendraV
Level 8

Get associated flows in PowerApps

Hi,

 

How can I get the list of flows associated with PowerApps in an environment? I looked at Powershell command-lets but no luck. 

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Dev_Nikhil
Level 8

Re: Get associated flows in PowerApps

Hi @DevendraV

 

We can easily get all the Information related to the Specific PowerApps by Going its Details Page, Where we can get all the Information of the Flow's by Name.

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 as we can see we have list of all Connectors too. 

Hope it'll helps you.

 

 

Thanks 

Dev_Nikhil

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DevendraV
Level 8

Re: Get associated flows in PowerApps

@Dev_Nikhil

 

Unfortunately, this doesn't work for us when we have a large number of apps developed by users in the organization. 

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