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zeedee11
Advocate II
Advocate II

How do I move my flow from "Shared with me" back to "Cloud flows"

I added another user as an owner, but then removed them. Now my flow is stuck on in "Shared with me" tab. I'm the only owner. How do I move the flow back to "Cloud flows"?

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max81
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

My workaround:

Create a Copy and delete the old on. 🤷‍♂️

 

 

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Yes I ended up doing this. I had to rebuild my triggers which was 👎

jheth
Frequent Visitor

And you lose the run history when you save a copy of a flow that already has run.

obadiahjohnson
Advocate III
Advocate III

Yes, it would be great if Microsoft would fix this issue.

SBYR
New Member

This can't be hard to fix.... but another year gone without a solution for an easy issue. 

CK6218
Frequent Visitor

2023 now, Microsoft still sleeping.

Fiasco
Advocate I
Advocate I

I'm on the other end of the issue. A flow was shared with me so I could see what was going on, now it's in my shared list even though I'm removed as an owner. I'm not an owner and none of the embedded connections are in my name.

Frustrated
Regular Visitor

Yes, this should be considered a bug.  If we're searching for answers, it's obviously counterintuitive.

LanR
Frequent Visitor

I don't know if this is known already, but what worked for me is to add the flow to a solution and then it went from "Shared with me" back to "Cloud flows" tab again. I later removed the flow from the solution.

What do you mean with: "add the flow to a solution" ? 
Can you explain me please?


Thank you.

LanR
Frequent Visitor

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Under the solution tab you can create a new solution. Then you can add existing flows or other components to it. 

More on solutions here: Solutions in Power Apps - Power Apps | Microsoft Learn

leo85
Continued Contributor
Continued Contributor

@LanR , when you add a flow to a solution and then remove it, the export options will change. So by doing this, you will lose the option to export the flow as a zip file. Just as an FYI in case you may want to export it later.

JoeLischynski
Frequent Visitor

I can't believe this is still a bug going on 3 years now.  

Don't want to copy/delete since I need the history for audit.  Grrr.

Does Microsoft still developing it's Power Platform? This is another example that the PA platform is a rush-to-market product, not mention that it didn't provide a sort function in the "My flows" screen.

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