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Share a Flow attached to SharePoint list

I have a flow which is triggered by selecting an item in a SharePoint list and then choosing it from the Power Automate menu. This flow uses data from the list to merge into a Word template. For me it works perfectly.


I have tried to share this in every way I can think of and always the same error appears for another user:

Time: Server/Client Correlation ID fa7963c7-e1c8-4f6f-b479-14a090aac9f0

Error: Flow: 'Create letter' can't be invoked because flowTriggerUri is missing.

I wondered if it was permission related, but have tried making another user the owner of the SharePoint site/list and the Flow. It makes no difference.


Any help would be appreciated

Resolver II
Resolver II

is the user a part of your organization? If not, you got the answer.

 The "flowtriggerurl" is becouse it is linked to your organization site, i suggest to have a look here : .

Hope to help,


Have a nice day

We are members of the same organisation and are both owners of the SharePoint site.


Thanks for responding though.

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