Submitted on07-06-201801:23 AMSubmitted byLauren_on07-06-201801:23 AM
I'd like to see Flow able to do the following: Recognise when a single column value (document property) is updated so that an action can be initiated, if this value is not changed and the file updated, the flow will perform another action e.g. nothing (currently Flow will only recognise when an item as a whole is modified or created). Recognise when a SharePoint file has been published as a MAJOR version, as opposed to a minor version, again so that action can be taken or ignored depending on the parameters of the flow.
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Submitted on07-13-201802:42 AMSubmitted byDjangoon07-13-201802:42 AM
When working a lot with (multiple) flows, this is a must to prevent unnecessary versions (when version management ever will be implemented it would also save Microsoft in storage capacity). When saving the Flow it is shown at the top: But when finished saving, nothing is shown to let me know (after a while) that the last changes were saved so I just save it again to be sure. The notification that leaving this page would lose my changes (even after just saving or not even changing anything) just fuels my insecurity if saved it or not 😉 Some kind of status about the edit-status of the Flow (like in PowerApps) that is always checkable would be nice. Example = So I'm not requesting about full version management with a distinction between saved and publised (I expect this to be another request with a lot of votes somewhere out there) but just a quick win about the current save-status.
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