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organize flows into folders

Looking for a way to organize my flows into different folders. i make flows for different departments in our company and it would make it much easier to work with folders of flows rather than one long list

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thats so necesary when you have a lot of Flows,  vote it!


@chrisingh42188 wrote:

Looking for a way to organize my flows into different folders. i make flows for different departments in our company and it would make it much easier to work with folders of flows rather than one long list


 

Advocate I

Something that might help is to use the Solutions feature in Flow where you can use a Solution per department and store all Flows under that.


@chrisingh42188 wrote:

Looking for a way to organize my flows into different folders. i make flows for different departments in our company and it would make it much easier to work with folders of flows rather than one long list


 

https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/solutions-in-microsoft-flow/

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@awatkins 

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/common-data-service/use-solution-explorer#known-lim...

 

Sadly the new Solutions "solution" doesn't work with Flows that interact with SharePoint. I get the impression that a LOT of people use Flow as a SharePoint Designer Workflow replacement. To find out we finally got something to organize Flows with, then to find out it doesn't work with SharePoint Flows is very disappointing. I've upvoted this and encourage anyone else in the same situation to do so.

Anonymous
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While you wait for solutions - I built https://flowstudio.app to tackle the problem of organizing my own Flows.  Sort, filter, tags are free features in this freemium product.

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Microsoft

nice

New Member

good

Kudo Collector

DON'T use folders!!  Use tags instead, since a folder limits the flow to belong to one folder... Where many flows can belong to many processes or be a sub-flows.  Tags is a more powerful concept then folders... think sharepoint!

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Or be able to add tags/labels to Flows and then add an option to the list to group by tagname/label.