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How to Turn on Experimental Features in Power Automate

Last Month I shared a post about an experimental feature related to SharePoint connector in Power Automate on LinkedIn and came to know that so many people don’t know how to turn on experimental features in Power Automate (Previously Microsoft Flow).

So, I thought of sharing the steps to turn on experimental features in Power Automate with you all.

Follow below steps to turn on experimental features in your environment:

  • Go to flow.microsoft.com and login if you are not logged in already.
  • Click on Settings (gear icon) from top-right corner of the page.

Click on Settings iconClick on Settings icon

 

  • Select View all Power Automate settings
  • Turn On Experimental Features
  • Click Save

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Now, when you will create a new flow or edit any existing flow, you will be able to access all experimental features in Power Automate.

Note:

Experimental features might change, break, or disappear at any time. So, be cautious while using it in production environment.

 

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This article is originally posted at: How to Turn on Experimental Features in Power Automate 

Comments

Hello, is there a list of what the current experimental features are?  Like a list of what's added and removed to allow us to test? Regards, Daniel

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