Create flows using the Power Apps app in Microsoft Teams

You can build flows to customize and add further value to Teams from within the new Power Apps app in Teams. You can create instant, scheduled, and automated flows, with access to over 350 connectors. This includes a connector to work with Microsoft Dataverse for Teams tables within Teams as well.


You need a Power Automate license to access all Power Automate connectors, including the premium connectors. Users with a Microsoft 365 license can use all standard connectors.


Create a cloud flow in Teams

  1. Go to the Build tab in your Power Apps app, and then select See all.

  2. Select New, select Flow, and then select the type of flow you want to create. You can create only the following types of flows: instant, scheduled, and automated.

    Create a cloud flow.

  3. If this is your first time creating a cloud flow, you'll have to select your country/region, and then select Get started.

    Select your location.

  4. The Build an automated flow screen appears, where you can select a trigger, and create and save your flow.


    The screen that appears here will be different depending on whether you selected Instant or Scheduled in step 2 earlier.

    View of the designer.

Work with your flows

To find your saved flows:

  1. Sign in to Teams.

  2. On the left pane, select Power Apps.

    Select Power Apps.

  3. On the Build tab, select the team in which you created your flow, and then select See all in the tree view.

    All flows.

Customize a cloud flow

In Teams, you might have acquired flows from an installed app or you might have created them yourself. You can update or customize either of these types of flows.

  1. To update a cloud flow, select the Build tab, and then select See all to see all the apps and flows in this team.

  2. Select the flow that you want to edit, and then select Edit.

    Select Edit.

View details and run history

  1. To view the details and run history for a cloud flow, select the Build tab, and then select See all.

  2. Select the flow for which you want to view the details, and then select Details.

    View the details of flows.

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