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GeorgeWinters
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Finding which flow(s) are connected to a given list / which list is connected to a given flow

Is there a way to know

which SharePoint list is affected by a 'item added or update' Flow without opening the flow in edit mode?

 

And conversely

when a flow or flows runs on a given list or library item, is there a way to know the name(s) of the flow(s) without opening them all?

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efialttes
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Hi!

On the second question, you can create/update an item, and check Power Automate activity to see recent Flows executed

Flow_Activity.png

Hope this helps



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What if the flow hasn't yet run?

How do we know which flow(s) are connected to a given SharePoint list?

 

Hi!

You mean "which SharePoint list is affected by a 'item added or update' Flow without opening the flow in edit mode?", right?

I cannot think of any programmatic method to obtain this info. Actually, I find quite usefull the functionality you are asking for, let's hope somebody else can suggest a way to achieve it.

THanx!

 



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