Recently, I found that all my flows are disappeared. In https://asia.flow.microsoft.com/manage/flows/, I see "Create your first flow" section but none of my flows.
Interesting, they are still running that I see the number of runs this month is growing and new activities appear. However, I cannot change/delete any of my existing flows.
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Seeing the same issue here, but from the Canada version of the site. I logged in after getting a notice on a flow failure and was basically presented with the new account setup again with no flows showing anymore. I recreated the ones I had (which is basically some Blogger to Twitter) and I was suddenly getting double tweets. I've since disable the new ones, but I can't make any changes to the older ones.
As with Alan, I have only environment available. This may be related to country seperation? I say that because my original links do not have "canada" in the URL (they were bookmarked from the landing page after I had previously logged in) and now it does. A migration problem?
I am also encountering this same bug where one of my flows that I left untouched for a while in my default environment has disappeared but is still triggering. Is there any hope of recovering it or will it have to be deleted by Flow staff and recreated manually?
I'd really appreciate some assistance with this since the automated actions from my flow are currently out of my control which is a bit annoying.
The problem is escalated: now i have a Flow failed message but i still cannot see my flows, if i click on the warning message, i'll be redirected to the Manage flows screen where i see the "Create your first flow" message. I cannot even mark the notification as read.
I'm an admin in my company but using a dedicated admin account for management, only my normal user have the licence. I wouldn'l want to assign a licence to my adm account just to be able to manage the environments in flow admin, and if i make my normal user an admin (which is completely against my company's regulations, but i had to try anyway) and try to log in to Flow admin, i recieve a message that i should choose a plan i already have.
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