Correct, you will have to recreate your connections before hand and make sure that the connection name matches what you have in your JSON before it will let you save it but I was able to move all my flows using this method.
I am also facing a similar problem where I create an item in a sharepoint list, based on entries in another list, followed by a trigger to initiate a mail based on any modification done in the new list. But any changes in the new list isn't triggering at all, when I checked using the 'test flow'. Can anyone help out? Is this a problem with the MS Flow itself?
As it is clear that the issue has NOT been fixed, please can you unmark the issue as being solved?
This might be the reason for the lack of attention by Microsoft in fixing the issue as it is not coming up in reviews by MS staff fue to the false "Solved" status.
Experiencing exactly the same issues. I'm using a very simple and "short" flow with 2 subsequent triggers: 1 when item is created on SP & 1 when item is created / modified on SP.
Average is that it triggers 1 times out of 3, sometimes not at all...
Kindly advise/fix the related issue,
I am experiencing the same issue, MS Flow stopped executing about 2 - 3 weeks ago. Our team haven't changed anything for ages in MS Flow but it stopped working.
Hopefully, Microsoft Flow Team are working on fixing that issue.
This is truly horrible, I have spent quite some time re-building SharePoint designer workflows into flows as that is the ”modern” way of doing it. I did not believe my users at first when they complained about mails not being sent, as all my flows seemed to run without problems, but I now starting to fear that the issue is that the flow sometimes just not trigger on SharePoint item created/modified. Is this issue still not fixed? How can anyone even use flow with SharePoint then?
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