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Removing the "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification" when posting a message as the Flow bot to a channel

I've recently started using the 'Post a message as the Flow bot to a channel' functionality -- which has been great, but I'd like to get rid of the of the "John Doe has used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification. Learn more" advertisement at the bottom. I tried looking at the flow details to see where this is originating from, but couldn't find it. Any suggestions?

 

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Re: Removing the "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification" when posting a message as the Flow bot to a channel

Hi @Anonymous ,

I have made a test on my side, it has the smae issue with yous.

I have check the code of the 'Post a message as the Flow bot to a channel' action.

However there is no code about "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification".

I am afraid it's the default set of the MS Teams, when you post a message via MS flow.

I am afraid it can't be removed by flow.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

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v-zhos-msft Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Re: Removing the "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification" when posting a message as the Flow bot to a channel

Hi @Anonymous ,

I have made a test on my side, it has the smae issue with yous.

I have check the code of the 'Post a message as the Flow bot to a channel' action.

However there is no code about "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification".

I am afraid it's the default set of the MS Teams, when you post a message via MS flow.

I am afraid it can't be removed by flow.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

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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Dudditz Helper V
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Re: Removing the "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification" when posting a message as the Flow bot to a channel

Seems like you can't even control where it will be displayed.  If your Adaptive card is longer it coudl eventually be right in the middle of your card.  It would be one thing if it always displayed on the bottom however that is not the case.  By having an advertisement before the the 3 buttons looks ridiculous in my opinion.

 

If they have to have this advertisement included maybe have it always display on the bottom.

 

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PSharp
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Re: Removing the "XXXX used Microsoft Flow to automate this notification" when posting a message as the Flow bot to a channel

Totally agree.

For reference, it appears to add to the end of the body, and puts the actions section at the very bottom of card (which is where it should be really).  The result is that it drops the text right above your links or submit buttons.

The positive is that it won't drop it in the middle of your card.

The negative is that is there at all.

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