Manage workflow properties (preview)
Managing workflows can be accomplished in one of two ways:
- Updating the basic properties of a workflow without creating a new version of it
- Creating a new version of the updated workflow
You can update the following basic information without creating a new workflow.
- display name
- whether or not it's enabled
- Whether or not workflow schedule is enabled
- task name
- task description
If you change any other parameters, a new version is required to be created as outlined in the Managing workflow versions article.
If done via the Azure portal, the new version is created automatically. If done using Microsoft Graph, you must manually create a new version of the workflow. For more information, see Edit the properties of a workflow using Microsoft Graph.
Edit the properties of a workflow using the Azure portal
To edit the properties of a workflow using the Azure portal, you do the following steps:
Sign in to the Azure portal.
Type in Identity Governance on the search bar near the top of the page and select it.
On the left menu, select Lifecycle workflows (Preview).
On the left menu, select Workflows (Preview).
Here you see a list of all of your current workflows. Select the workflow that you want to edit.
To change the display name or description, select Properties (Preview).
Update the display name or description how you want.
Display names can not be the same as other existing workflows. They must have their own unique name.
- Select save.
Edit the properties of a workflow using Microsoft Graph
To update a workflow via API using Microsoft Graph, see: Update workflow
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