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hrafnkel11
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Is it possible to move entire downstream flow into new conditional?

Hi - I have a fairly long-winded SharePoint List approval process in Power Automate that we have discovered re-activates if users approve items directly on the SharePoint List. In an effort to mitigate this, I want to add a conditional to only activate the flow if the Content Approval Status <> Approved.

 

My question is: Is there any way for me to move my entire downstream flow inside this new conditional or will I have to rebuild it all? Really hoping it's the former, as this flow was fairly tedious to build. Thanks!

 

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hrafnkel11
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I was able to figure this one out myself using drag and drop. Apparently since most of the flow was already in a container, I was able to move everything over in two clicks!

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hrafnkel11
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I was able to figure this one out myself using drag and drop. Apparently since most of the flow was already in a container, I was able to move everything over in two clicks!

_Ken
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Sometimes instead of moving everything into the 'Yes' branch, it's easier and more reader friendly to just Terminate flow in the 'No' branch and leave other actions below the Condition.

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I had no idea this was possible to do. Thanks so much, Ken!

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