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Re-join Branching After Adding New Branch

How can I make a branched Flow join exactly where I need? Please see below:

 

flow issue 1.PNGflow issue 2.PNG

 

 

 

 

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Hi @ChrisBenJohnson ,

 

Amazing! It seems that you can only delete this part of the configuration first.

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Then re-add these actions by clicking New step at the bottom of all branches, like:

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It is recommended that you first click Save as to save a copy of this Flow to prevent the previous configuration from being missed.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Community Support
Community Support

 

Hi @ChrisBenJohnson ,

 

Amazing! It seems that you can only delete this part of the configuration first.

165.PNG

Then re-add these actions by clicking New step at the bottom of all branches, like:

166.PNG

It is recommended that you first click Save as to save a copy of this Flow to prevent the previous configuration from being missed.

 

Best Regards,

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

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Hi @v-bacao-msft 

 

Thanks! I knew that would likely be the answer but was hoping it wasn't. Thank goodness we have a clipboard!

 

Do you know if this is on a list of improvements to make? Ideally we would have draggable nodes to link the branching, rather than it being inferred from the structure.

 

For other users on here who may be interested, save the Flow as a separate file, then delete the steps. Have both original and new open in separate browser tabs. Then add the old steps to the clipboard and they are available for pasting in the new one to reconstruct it. Do it top to bottom to avoid dependency issues.

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Hi guys,

I stumbled on a solution for this matter that at least it worked for me

 

When you have created a new branch for the flow, try clicking on the "New step" button. By that the new branch and the "old flow" were combined. Then I only needed to drag-and-drop the "actions" below the "re-joined" flow

 

Did i make myself understandable @ChrisBenJohnson  and @v-bacao-msft 

 

best regard, ISÞ 

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