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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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Frequent Visitor

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

Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

I would like to organize my flows by folders.

Advocate IV

This would be such an improvement to the PA interface. It's so difficult to manage when you have a lot of Flows. The other thread that marked this as "Completed" does not provide an adequate answer, as you are not able to add all types of flows to a solution. What we need does not need to be complicated. As other users have indicated, something as simple as a tagging/folder system would work.

Advocate III

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.  ☹️

Advocate V

After some time building solutions using PowerAutomate, my solutions are is full of different flows, so it's become really hard to find out a particular Flow. It would be great if we can have some way to organize the flows based on projects, folder, category, etc. 



Helper I

That should be available months ago.


I'd like to be considered an idea of subfolders as well, e.g. the top-level folder called "Update SharePoint Lists" and then subfolders called "Suppliers" and another "Customers", etc.




Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

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Advocate III

I'm yet another user, wanting a way to simply organise, sort, manage my organisations flows....

Frequent Visitor

A Metadata type organization of all the Power Automates would help. Something similar to SP library.

Continued Contributor

Really need something.  Basic organization ability isn't a huge ask.