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I have enabled the Request sign-off power automate in the document library (Modern); users with full-control are able to see this Power Automate but users with Add/Edit permissions (created a custom permission level - Content Creator, not given delete permissions) are not able to see this.

Do I need to give Delete permission to users to see/use Request sign-off Power Automate? enter image description here My requirement is Content Creator (with Add Item/ Edit Item permissions) can initiate the Requests Sign-Off for the selected item.

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  • Please add the screenshot of the custom "Add/Edit permissions" permission level.Normally, contribute permission level is available to use flow(which include Request sign-off ).
    – Julie_MSFT
    Apr 7 at 9:49
  • Thanks for the details. I have created a custom permission level - "Content Creator", assigned/checked all list permissions except - delete and approve. Added a screenshot for more details. As you mentioned contribute access level - that means add/edit/detete item permissions Apr 7 at 10:02
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Per my test, this is the OOB behavior that only when we have "Delete items" list permission, we can see Request sign-off option in SharePoint online.

I don't think your requirement could be achieved.

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  • Thanks for the information. Yes, I also observed the same during implementation. Do you have any Microsoft article link where it's mentioned - to use Required Sign Off "Contribute" access or "add/edit/delete" permissions are MUST... Apr 8 at 9:21
  • Per my research, there is no detailed information about this, we suggest you raise a support ticket to Microsoft to find more information.
    – Julie_MSFT
    Apr 12 at 9:49

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