Delete a flow from a list in SharePoint Online

You can delete a Flow from an existing SharePoint list to remove the associated automation and workflow. This article will show you how.

Delete a Flow from a SharePoint list

You can delete a Flow to an existing SharePoint list.

  1. Navigate to the list where you want to delete a Flow.

  2. At the top of the list click the Flow drop-down and then click See your flows.

    Image of the Flow drop-down menu.
  3. Your browser will refresh with the main Flow website (https://flow.microsoft.com) and you will see a listing of all of your flows.

    Image of the My Flows page that shows all flows.
  4. Click the trash can icon Image of the trash can icon. next to the flow you want to delete.

    Tip:  If you have not already signed in to Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint Online then you will be asked to do so.

  5. Click OK to confirm that you want to delete the flow. Note that the action will delete the flow for all users and the action cannot be undone.

    Image of the delete warning.
  6. After the Flow has been deleted your flows page will load showing a listing of all of your flows.

Note: You can view all of your flows and check status on the Flow website located at: https://flow.microsoft.com.

To learn how to create a new flow in a SharePoint list, see Add a flow to a list in SharePoint Online. To learn how to edit a flow in a SharePoint list, see Edit a flow for a list in SharePoint Online.

Activating MS Flow in a SharePoint list app

The next generation of SharePoint lists are being rolled out over time. The Office 365 tenant administrator can set the default behavior for new lists. If the default behavior is set to the classic experience then you will not see the Flow menu at the top of your screen. If the new experience is available you can enable it for your list in the Advanced Settings for the list app. To learn more, see Switch the default experience for document libraries from new or classic.

To learn more about SharePoint lists, see What is a list in SharePoint Online?. To learn more about Flow, see Getting Started with Microsoft Flow.

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