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Version Control on Flow Definitions

As would any decent tool where users make changes to code or configuration changes, implementing a version control component, would allow a user to a) rollback, and b) reference back to code.  Optional additional features show which user performed the edits, datetime stamp of changes, and code diff tool between versions.

Status: Under Review
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Frequent Visitor

I agree with this, please add versioning. 

Regular Visitor

Totally agree and support this idea. Version control is really important, especially with large and important flows.

The system doesn't have to be complex like Git. A YAML-based version control may also work to me.

New Member

This is a definite want here! We're currently exporting the zip file after each change and uploading to a document library which is terribly time consuming and wasteful of space. 

 

Hopefully this becomes a reality! 

Advocate I

Dear Microsoft - Update, timeline and roadmap?

Frequent Visitor

PLEASE. Good lord how is this not a feature?!

Kudo Kingpin

So how long has the status of this been "under review". I just always assumed it was there just like in powerapps, then found out the hard way it was not just today.

Kudo Collector

ARGH!!!!  I just lost days of work because of a simple mistake due to the lack of VERSION CONTROL!!   **bleep**...this tool is not ready for real production work.

Regular Visitor

This would be really handy - one of my flows just reverted itself to what it looked like a month ago, version control would stop that kind of rubbish!

Frequent Visitor

It's hard to really build any important business automation around a system that doesn't allow for version control, nevermind convince other departments to implement with no backup plan for erroneous changes. Absolute must-have feature!

 

Hoping we can keep the "Under Review" timeframe within 3 years...

Regular Visitor

Version control has been done in PowerApps so it would be great to see it here too.