Enables specified Power Automate flow
m365 flow enable [options]
-n, --name <name>
- The name of the Power Automate flow to enable
-e, --environmentName <environmentName>
- The name of the environment for which to enable Power Automate
- Set, to enable the Power Automate flow as admin
-h, --help [help]
- Output usage information. Optionally, specify which section of command's help you want to see. Allowed values are
full. Default is
- JMESPath query string. See http://jmespath.org/ for more information and examples
-o, --output [output]
- Output type.
- Runs command with verbose logging
- Runs command with debug logging
This command is based on an API that is currently in preview and is subject to change once the API reached general availability.
By default, the command will try to enable Power Automate flows you own. If you want to enable flows owned by another user, use the
If the environment with the name you specified doesn't exist, you will get the
Access to the environment 'xyz' is denied. error.
If the Power Automate flow with the name you specified doesn't exist, you will get the
The caller with object id 'abc' does not have permission for connection 'xyz' under Api 'shared_logicflows'. error. If you try to enable a non-existing flow as admin, you will get the
Could not find flow 'xyz'. error.
Enables Power Automate flow owned by the currently signed-in user
m365 flow enable --environment Default-d87a7535-dd31-4437-bfe1-95340acd55c5 --name 3989cb59-ce1a-4a5c-bb78-257c5c39381d
Enables Power Automate flow owned by another user
m365 flow enable --environment Default-d87a7535-dd31-4437-bfe1-95340acd55c5 --name 3989cb59-ce1a-4a5c-bb78-257c5c39381d --asAdmin
The command won't return a response on success.