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Power Automate / Flow Version History

Please create version history capability for Power Automate. This is a much needed functionality that is present in almost all other parts of O365. The time spent in trying to either recover from a roll back to a previous version or in creating save/export backup systems of on our own is significant. Further it seems like this is something that should have been there all along, so many of our users are surprised when they find out that it isn't and frustrated when they first run into this issue and have to redo lost work and then start changing their work process to create a backup system.

 

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virakones
Resolver II

I cannot understand why this was not already implemented!! Please Microsoft!

PaulJWC
Regular Visitor

Agreed! Please add this much needed functionality in for us!

ar_rpccc
New Member

Yes, very much needed

ErikOlsson
Microsoft

Huge need! We want to improve our flows with confidence. Version history needed asap!

jaypatel707
Regular Visitor

Yup, It's good idea. 

frenchbrian
New Member

I have been researching Power Automate over the last few weeks and have been quite impressed with it's functionality. However, the level of sophistication and maturity for using the tool in a devops type manner leaves a lot to be desired. It seems as though it is primarily designed for non-critical flows. There is no other way to justify not having the ability to revert to a previous version, especially since sometimes changes to a Flow end up corrupting what was previously a working flow.

 

Come on Microsoft. You have something very powerful here, but you need to build the proper infrastructure around it so people trust using it for business critical flows.

Fss
Regular Visitor

This feature is very much needed

RCWade
Advocate I

Please include this feature.

rchapman
Advocate I

@frenchbrian that is also my impression from using the tool. Also the marketing usually over sales it's capabilities. It's like you are sold a state of the art racing car but as you get passed the great details you discover its missing wheels and the time line for Microsoft implementing the wheels is 100 years out or if at all because there is a work around to tow the sports car with horses that's available if you use the premium features.

Welbywelb
Advocate I

Come on Microsoft. When you get automated version control for Canvas Apps we should really have same feature available in Flow. If we want users to adapt Flow as an simple to use automation tool then telling them to do a manual export after each change is just not going to fly and I wouldn't recommend the tool to non-IT users without it ... as its so frustrating for them.