Connections used in which Flows or Power Apps | Power Platform Tip

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.

  1. 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.


  2. In Connections, you’ll see redundant Connections based on how you might have created them.

  3. Select any one of them, click on the three dots i.e. the Ellipses and look for Details.


  4. 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.

  5. In Flows using this connection, you’ll see the list of all Flows.


  6. Opening any one will only open all the Flows and not do anything else. Won’t navigate to the selected Flow.


  7. Same is also true for Power Apps as well.


  8. At this point, the naming/renaming connections is not possible but could be available soon.

Hope this helps!

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Thank you!