As mentioned in the introduction, team flows enable multiple individuals to manage the activity and configuration of a flow. Team flows also enable multiple individuals to view the run history and provide credentials for connectors.
There are, however, some interesting features and caveats team flows:
- Other users, groups, or SharePoint lists can be made co-owners of a flow. The creator of the flow cannot be removed by another co-owner. If you are granting access to a SharePoint list, that site must be connected to the flow (such as being used to save a file).
- Co-owners of a flow can view a flow's run history.
- Co-owners of a flow can add or delete actions or conditions.
- Co-owners of a flow can manage the properties of a flow (for example, whether it's enabled or disabled, descriptions, and other general properties).
- Co-owners can delete a flow.
- Connections that are part of a flow can only be used in the context of the shared or team flow; they can&apos...