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Order Flow buttons inputs

I would love to be able to reorder the Flow button inputs. If I added name (text) and later on I would decide first name (text) and last name (text) is better for this Flow, I would like to move them to the top of the list.

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JosephGiri
Frequent Visitor

Dear Flow Team,

 

I have the same request as above. I would like the variables to appear in an order that makes sense to the user.

dvstrien
Advocate II

Same here, just started looking into button flows and it would really be useful to be able to change the order instead of having to rebuild the whole step.

Th0m
Regular Visitor

Yes - this is a true time waster when the end user wants to make an adjustment to the input layout.

AndyMan
New Member

I am also having this issue, fixing the order requires you to essentially re do your flow and then is changes the order again! Very frustrating!!

J_K_
Helper II

Same goes for similar trigger such as "for a selected item" in SharePoint.

licardos
Microsoft

I'm having the same issue. I have to redo the flow every time I want to reorder the input fields. 

ryan2k
Resolver I

Need this. Thanks for submitting.

dbro
Kudo Kingpin

Please make this change.  I have a workflow with well over 300 actions and now I need to add an Input!  Please add the ability to re-order inputs...

CW
Post Patron
Post Patron

Don't mean to sound negative or cynical but I'll bet it'll never get done. I really hope it does but I've had many similar ideas as have many that to those of us familiar should be standard, everyday, typical and expected functionality.

 

MS tends to let farrrrrr too many of these standard things slip through in order to try and be too much for too many.

TheHandyAndy
Frequent Visitor

Yes I also agree that the ability to re-order items within a trigger would be a wonderful addition.  My customer wants one minor change (to add a new item as the very FIRST selector in the list) and this will require a huge amount of effort to implement the change then additional work to re-test to ensure no other impact.