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M365 Changelog: Flow.microsoft.com is moving to make.powerautomate.com

Rabia Noureen

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MC386412 – Over the next several weeks (June-July 2022), Microsoft will be in the process of moving our Power Automate portal to a new common Power Platform infrastructure which will include new domains for the Power Automate portal. Once Microsoft enable this, the existing Power Automate URLs will start redirecting to the new URLs.

What actions do I need to take?
Overall, the new Power Automate Portal experience should look and feel mostly the same as the existing Power Automate portal.

However, you need to make sure that the new URLs are not blocked by your network so that they will work when the redirect occurs.

Here is the list of the new URLs that you need to make sure they are not blocked by your network:
Existing Power Automate URLs*.flow.microsoft.comflow.microsoft.com
New Power Automate URLs (After redirection is enabled)
*.powerautomate.commake.powerautomate.com
If you are a US Government customer:
Existing Power Automate URLs
gov.flow.microsoft.ushigh.flow.microsoft.usflow.appsplatform.us
New Power Automate URLs (After redirection is enabled)
make.gov.powerautomate.usmake.high.powerautomate.usmake.powerautomate.appsplatform.us
If you are a customer in China:
Existing Power Automate URLswww.powerautomate.cn
New Power Automate URLs (After redirection is enabled)www.make.powerautomate.cn
Microsoft has updated the following documentation to include the new URLs:

Note: These new sites may be accessible with your existing accounts today. However, unless redirect occurs automatically, these new sites are not officially released. Any access or other issues related to the new URLs should be reported to Microsoft only after the official release dates (i.e when URL automatically redirects).

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