Currently, we cannot sort nor organize flows in any way I could find. It makes flows very difficult to manage.Thank you.
The idea of having a way of organizing flows has already been submitted and closed as "completed" (read link: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Provide-a-method-of-organising-Flows/idc-p/281582#M14...
Unfortunately, the solution provided does not seem to answer the community needs, therefore I am reopening it again.Tagging here users who commented recently on the first link, please vote: @ksteelbaron , @asdfaf4 , @grovercorner2 , @ctyst , @OlafStetzer , @JoshMohr , @Murderbot , @rjhale
I'm afraid MS is letting us (the early adopters) down on this big obvious flaw.... I'm constantly searching through hundreds of flows ACROSS 2 separate environments... and wasted a ton of time due to the inability to attach multiple tags to a flow. ☹️
I'm yet another user, wanting a way to simply organise, sort, manage my organisations flows....
I am migrating from SPD workflows to Power Automate for my SharePoint processes (finally) and found this issue to be a major gap in the functionality of PA. In SPD, at least I can see workflows tied to a list/library or sort by name in the "Workflows" tab. But Power Automate offers no way to tag, sort, filter or group different flows, so this migration is becoming a nightmare. With Power Automate/Apps, I keep feeling like I'm taking one step forward, two steps back, having to build work-arounds just to get my daily tasks completed - when basic, logical features need to be inherent and 'common sense' inclusions. It's hard to be excited about adopting this "new to us" application suite. Come on, Microsoft, do better.