To provide a unified workflow experience within Microsoft Teams we will be merging the existing Workflows app with the Power Automate app. With this merger the Power Automate app will be changing its name to “Workflows”.
There will be no change to user experience within the app. Users will still be able to manage all their flows within the app along with browsing workflow templates or creating a new flow from scratch. Whether you have existing workflows in the Power Automate app or the Workflows app your workflows will persist in the new unified app. Users will still be able to configure new workflows through the various app entry points (tab, bot, message extension, message action, personal app).
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 131294
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out mid-September and expect to complete by late September 2023.
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late September and expect to complete by early October 2023.
GCC Release: We will begin rolling out early November and expect to complete by early November 2023.
Power Automate app will be changing its name to “Workflows”.
The app will be pre-installed for all Teams users when this merger is released. If users had uninstalled this app previously it will show for them again and they will need to uninstall.
Teams Admin Center: If admins previously disabled the Power Automate app it will still remain disabled after the merger. However, if admins had previously disabled the old Workflow app, since that app no longer exists, they will need to go back into TAC and disable the new Workflows app.
What you need to do to prepare:
Consider bringing awareness to your users about this change if your tenant uses the Power Automate app within Microsoft Teams.