If you are wondering that it would be easy to find which all Flows are using a certain Connection in Power Automate, you are right – it is easy. 😊
Here’s a quick tip!
Power Automate Admin Center
You can navigate to the Power Automate portal i.e. <region>.flow.microsoft.com.
- In this example, this is my Power Automate (which is https://[region].flow.microsoft.com/en-us/).
In that, I’ll expand Data from the left hand menu and go to Connections.
- In Connections, you’ll see redundant Connections based on how you might have created them.
- Select any one of them, click on the three dots i.e. the Ellipses and look for Details.
- In Details, you’ll see the section called as Flows using this connection. Meaning, this will show that the particular Connections is used in which Flows.
- In Flows using this connection, you’ll see the list of all Flows.
- Opening any one will only open all the Flows and not do anything else. Won’t navigate to the selected Flow.
- Same is also true for Power Apps as well.
- At this point, the naming/renaming connections is not possible but could be available soon.
Hope this helps!
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For most connections you see connections you can see name like
“Login + Dataverse\Outlook\Word\Sharepoint etc”
But for Salesforce – it is just “Saleforce”.
And when you use them you can guess is it has access right of User A or if User B even if you open it and look inside.
Is there a way to find out which connection uses what User rights?