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
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.
I circle back on this thread from time to time.
In the meantime, I build https://flowstudio.app to provide some immediate relief for Flow makers dealing with a lot of existing personal (or team) Flows. Flow Studio takes the path of reading everything up front, then sorts a grid for us. Flow Studio is used by 2200 users.I have kept sort, filter and #hashtag grouping as free features that requires no subscription because of these thread.
Flow Studio's subscription tier is advanced tools for monitoring, run-as admin and Flow migration.
Isn't this a duplicate of this idea? https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Folders-for-flows/idi-p/235964
there is already a similar idea open, please votehttps://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Provide-a-real-method-of-organizing-Flows/idi-p/28224...
Not having SharePoint connected flows in Solutions is a huge bummer for organizing flows. Wish Microsoft hadn't closed the old idea and forcing for new idea to be started fresh.
Please implement this, we need some way to organize a huge list of flows.
I only have about 20 flows and managing them without some way of grouping them is challenging, we cannot even sort them by name. Also, there is a similar problem with PowerApps but worse for us because the entire workplace's apps appear in the list, not just those I manage (but I can sort by owner). Please, some way of organising Flows and Apps.
@Brian13 Hang in there bud. It's a shame they don't really seem to actually care. It's 2019 almost 2020, Microsoft, you're basically the most powerful tech company around. All we are asking for is something that basically amounts to the equivalent of folders or tagging, things that have been around for decades. Quit relying on your community of sycophants chasing that MVP badge to do your support for you.
Wow thank you for re-opening this.
I'm at that point where i need to organize flows by the department who needs it, as each of them have their own sharepoint list to write to. And I break the big flows into smaller sub-flows. And the list is getting bigger and bigger as I create more flows for other departments.
A tagging system would be helpful to keep them organized. Or folders.