NikTip Series: Setting Up Flow to Use a Group Permission Instead of Just You

Nikkia T. Carter

Microsoft Flow allows you to make powerful workflows that can touch many different cloud applications including Office 365 and SharePoint. You may have created a few Flows that your users love and your company finds invaluable but have you stopped and thought about what happens to your Flows if you are not around? Did you know Flows, by default, are permissioned only to you? Do you know what kind of trouble that can bring???

This month’s NikTip is about why you should use a owners group to have permission to your Microsoft Flows instead of leaving the Flows permissioned to just you. In the video, I also tell you which security groups you can use, how to set them up, and how to add them to your Microsoft Flow. 

Got a question or an idea for a NikTip, reach out to me at [email protected]!

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