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The 5 worst things about Power Automate
Part six of a six-part series of blogs
To try to show what developing Power Automate flows is like, we've created two blogs: one listing out its 5 best features, and one listing its 5 worst ones. This is the pessimistic one!
After 4 general whinges, this is a very specific one. You can choose to turn off any flow:
You can choose this option to disable a flow. It's still there, you can still see and edit it, but it won't do anything.
But if you choose any action within a flow, you can't disable this:
There's no option to disable an action, so you have to delete it and then reinstate it if you need it later.
When you combine this with a very clunky facility for copying actions, it does make building flows harder than it should be.
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