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PowerApps integration - Remove/Rename parameters

When you use PowerApps to trigger a flow, once you select "Ask in PowerApps" in an action, it creates a parameter.  In the "Run" function in PowerApps, you then have to specify the values of those parameters.


Trouble is, when you're refactoring both the Flow and the PowerApp, there's no way to either rename or remove the parameters.  For instance, if you delete an action that previously used a "As in PowerApps" value (which creates a parameter), the parameter still exists!


Could we place have a way of maintaining the list of parameters?


This has been posted as a bug previously by @Thomas


Also, it has been posted as an idea to in PowerApps Ideas by @JanSomers91.  Please also vote for that idea if you vote for this idea!




Status: Planned

We plan on letting you configure parameters for PowerApps flows just like you can for Flow mobile buttons.

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Joy - thank you for the making this tip. saved my time Ravi
Advocate V



Great hack! Thanks for sharing.

Advocate III

Another approach is to pass multiple parameters as one big JSON string, paired with a parse JSON step.  That way, you end up just needing to update the expected JSON schema in the Parse JSON step.


Advocate I

When we can expect the result for this feature?


i have some flow with multi parameters , i get confuse to pass the parameter in powerapps.


Please i want to rename the parameter, Not based on Function name

Frequent Visitor

This is still an issue. Waste of time to have to remove/recreate just to get rid of unwanted parameters.

Regular Visitor

As BenTheSmaller said: "This is still an issue. Waste of time to have to remove/recreate just to get rid of unwanted parameters."  PLEASE FIX THIS SOON !!!

Advocate I

Please any update or expected time for this issue

Frequent Visitor

Just to let everyone know, you can download the flow, unzip the package, remove parameters from the JSON file, rezip, and then reimport.

Regardless this should be possible to do through the UI.

Kudo Kingpin

What an absolute nightmare it is to try and do anything with this... I wish I had known before I began.

New Member

Save a Flow as new Flow (Save as). The unwanted variable will be removed in the new flow. Delete the original one and rename the new flow the original name. If you have used this flow in powerapps, you need to remove it and the new flow