Microsoft MVPs Melissa Hubbard and Audrie Gordon from Microsoft’s Flow team hosted a great webinar, The Four M’s to Mastering Microsoft Flow, and got questions and great feedback during the session. We needed more than just 60 minutes to cover it all. In this post, they rounded up the questions and answered them for you.
Q: Is there a central log of Flow failures that an administrator can review?
Q: Where can we find resources for getting information about Flow in GCC new features or support?
Q: Can you also add workflow expressions to link directly to the details screen of the flow and add this to your SharePoint list?
Q: If you had a big flow and put this down near the bottom but the flow failed near the top would the Configure Run After near the bottom trigger?
Q: Is there anything in the (Microsoft) works about organizing Flows in the UI better? When you are the only person doing Flows, the lack of ability to organize (e.g. by project, department, etc.) gets very cumbersome.
Q: Can you create a flow to schedule and email a report to a person or team?
Q: Does the mobile app automatically go to your phone’s photo gallery?
Q: Recently Microsoft announced that we can add the Flow to the solution and this will facilitate deployment between different environments. My question is how to handle the flow connections (to SharePoint or anything else) when we did a deployment to another environment?
Q: Is that OCR connection free? Available to everyone?
Q: Is it possible to get list of all flows which failed?
Q: Power Platform Analytics – do you need P2 for the admins looking at those analytics or for the users who are building Flows that need to be monitored?
Q: What are you doing for development/staging (or user acceptance) into production for Flows?
Q: Curious about how you are managing your connections (automating password changes is the big one).
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