Owners can edit and save existing flows. By default, the creator of the flow is added as an owner.
While you could build personal flows to automate some of your personal work (such as monitoring your emails or OneDrive), it is always advisable to have more than one owner if you are designing the flow to achieve a common objective or business process. A flow that has more than one owner is called a team flow.
Besides editing the flow, an owner can also do the following:
- View the history of a given flow.
- Edit the properties of a flow.
- Modify an action or condition.
- Manage owners.
- Delete a flow.
Owners must have a Power Automate plan to create a team flow (you can look at the options at https://flow.microsoft.com/pricing/). Only an owner of the flow can add other owners.
How to do it...
- Go to the Power Automate landing page. ...