Team flows are owned by more than one person in an organization. This video demonstrates turning a flow into a team flow, and describes the benefits of team flows.
- [Instructor] For regular flows and approval flows, … the way you share them is to turn them into team flows. … When you create a flow, … you are the only owner. … When you add other owners, … it becomes a team flow. … And likewise, when someone else adds you … as an owner to their flow, … it will also show up on the team flows list. … Right now there's nothing there, … but if I wanted to take a flow, for example, … request manager approval for a selected file, … and I wanted to make this a team flow, … then what I would do is click the share link either here … or at the top of page, … and that fires up the owners list for this particular flow. … If I'm doing this on my mobile app, … there's a little people icon that I can use … that does the same thing. … And what I can do then is I can add other users. … So I'm going to add Rob Molina, … or I could just type Rob … and give it a moment to see what comes up, … and I can then choose Rob from the list. … It says owners of the flow will have full access …
- Creating an approval flow in SharePoint
- Responding to an approval request
- Responding to approvals from your mobile device
- Sharing flows with your team
- Adding actions to an approval flow
- Formatting approval emails with Markdown