Export all environments and flows within Microsoft 365

Straightforward PowerShell script designed to export all the Power Automate flows from all the environments, utilizing PnP PowerShell.

Here’s a simple PowerShell script to export all the PowerAutomate workflows from all the environments from Microsoft 365 Tenant using PnP PowerShell.

PnP PowerShell version used: 2.4.63-nightly

#Export all flows available for current user from each environment in Microsoft 365

$siteurl = "https://<tenant>-admin.sharepoint.com"
Connect-PnPOnline $siteurl -Interactive
Write-Host "Execution Started..."
$environments = Get-PnPPowerPlatformEnvironment
Write-Output "Total environments: "$environments.length
If ($environments.length -gt 0) {
    $results = @()
    foreach ($env in $environments) {
        $flows = Get-PnPFlow -Environment $env.Name -AsAdmin
        If($flows.length -gt 0){
            Write-Host $env.Properties.DisplayName " - " $flows.length " flows found. Exporting flows"
            foreach($flow in $flows){
                $results += [pscustomobject][ordered]@{
                    EnvironmentID = $env.Name
                    Environment  = $env.Properties.DisplayName
                    FlowID    = $flow.Name
                    FlowName = $flow.properties.DisplayName
                    Created = $flow.properties.CreatedTime
                    Modified = $flow.properties.LastModifiedTime
            $results += [pscustomobject][ordered]@{
                EnvironmentID = $env.Name
                Environment  = $env.Properties.DisplayName
                FlowID = ""
                FlowName = ""
                Created = ""
                Modified = ""
            Write-Host $env.Properties.DisplayName " - No flows available for the current user!"
    $results | Export-Csv -Path "allenvironmentflows.csv" -NoTypeInformation
    Write-Host "Export Completed."
    Write-Host "Execution Completed."


The above script executes and iterates all the environments and all its flows in admin context. Then it exports in to the csv file in current running path.

Shantha Kumar
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