Sharepoint & Power Automate Flows

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Is there a way a business could setup a user that has access to Sharepoint & Power Automate to create/manage/organize flows (nothing else)?

Right now we have a couple past users accounts that contain the flows, employees are no longer with company, all spread out. Figured it might be worth it to create a Sharepoint/PowerAutomate user account to house all the flows to avoid having it all spread out.

Thoughts on this?

Is there a way to do this without using an O365 E3 license? (seems like it would need that license, along with the MS Power Automate Free license associated)

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  1. Dave Patrick 426.1K Reputation points MVP

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