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The flow I created works well, but it runs under my security context and every now and again, I have to edit the flow and refresh security.

I want it to "just work" against the list without being tied to me. How can I create a flow that's "owned" by the list or site, so that all owners of the site can manage it?

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You can share a Flow with other users, group or list.

You can find Share button near Edit button, under "My Flow".

Official documentation to Create Team Flow

  • Yeah, I've done that, but only the people I share it with can edit it. What that doesn't solve is running outside of my personal credentials, that have to be refreshed. – Kevin Apr 15 at 14:57
  • You can't choose the context, some action run with the context of Flow user and other with the context of the connection (that you can set on the Flow) – RiccardoGDev Apr 15 at 15:26
  • I suggest trying to use a trigger that provides that feature. Otherwise, the service doesn't know who start the Flow. – RiccardoGDev Apr 15 at 15:42
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    it is not uncommon that to have the workflow functioning even after you leave, you ask IT a system account (with licenses) and use it for Flows and Power Apps. The workflow will not be associated with a 'person' account – susan Apr 15 at 15:48
  • Susan, if you'll post a response with that detail and a little explanation why, I'll mark it as the correct response. – Kevin Apr 15 at 15:51

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