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F_Quint
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Where are all the flows created within PVA (Teams - Project Oakdale) stored?

I made a copy of a flow that needs a little tweaking to be used on a different topic but when I call an action I can only the original flow. 

 

I check on https://us.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/ and they're not stored there. 

 

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nick_g
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Defo! The flow seems to get Stored in 'My Flows'.

 

Follow this - https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-PVA-chatbots-in/Tip-How-to-view-Flows-in-your-browser/m...

 

Then go to 'My Flows' in the left-hand-side navigation.

 

By default the flow will show as 'Status Off' - which is handy! as you probably be not wanting to run a copy of the same flow as the original.

 

You will probably want to amend your copy and save back to the 'Solution'. - and disable your original flow.

 

I think that easily done - but if anyone else can helps further?

 

Cheers

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Jcook
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Hello @F_Quint 

 

The Flows are stored in the portal but under the default solution.

 

When you save a copy of the Flow it does not get put into the Default solution.

 

I just tried to put the Flow into the Default solution, but there does not seem to be a way to do this at this time.


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nick_g
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Defo! The flow seems to get Stored in 'My Flows'.

 

Follow this - https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-PVA-chatbots-in/Tip-How-to-view-Flows-in-your-browser/m...

 

Then go to 'My Flows' in the left-hand-side navigation.

 

By default the flow will show as 'Status Off' - which is handy! as you probably be not wanting to run a copy of the same flow as the original.

 

You will probably want to amend your copy and save back to the 'Solution'. - and disable your original flow.

 

I think that easily done - but if anyone else can helps further?

 

Cheers

@nick_g  Thank you !! that's what I was looking for. 

 

@Jcook is right though, you can't import flows 😞

 

cc: @Diganta 

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