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Resubmitting failed flows into a new flow using the same trigger

I have a (few) flow(s) that keep failing due to throttling issues. (Mail notification V3 limit has been set ridiculously low...)


Therefore I have built a very similar flow, however, I am stuck now with a vast amount of failed runs in the previous version.


The two flows have an identical trigger and perform basically the same operations (ie. multi-level approval flow notifying and/or informing involved parties at the various event stages, creating follow-up notes for audit, and maintaining doc repositories etc.).


Long story short: I do NOT want to approach the affected employees to make them manually resubmit the failed flows as they have enough on their plates already.

Can I submit these to the new one just like I would resubmit them to the old version? If yes, how? 


Thank you

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@kochav  As per my understanding you can not pass old flow run instances to new flow. What is your data source in flow? if it is SharePoint then i have way around for this.

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It's a MS form - with an attachment saved to (and then utilized from) a SP list as attachment.

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