SOLVED

Copy a flow to a new site.

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Regular Contributor

Hi,

 

How much job is it copy a flow to other sites/tenants. When the flow update a Excel sheet. Same sheet name, sme table name. 

 

Best Regards

- Geir

2 Replies
best response confirmed by Geir Hogstad (Regular Contributor)
Solution

You can export a flow as a zip file from the flow's main page then import it into a new site or tenant. It's quick & easy.

 

Rob
Los Gallardos

Thank you, that is perfect.

Best Regards
- Geir