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MC757614 – (Updated) Files and items will display as modified by “Microsoft Power Platform” on behalf of the user

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check before: 2024-04-10

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Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Automate in Microsoft 365, SharePoint

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Online, World tenant

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Summary:
Files and items modified by Power Automate or Power Apps in SharePoint will show as "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user. This change, starting mid-May to late September 2024, does not affect "Created By" and "Modified By" columns. Organizations should inform users about this update.

Details:
Updated June 13, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
[When this will happen:]
We are targeting this rollout to begin mid-May 2024 (previously mid-April) to late September 2024 (previously early June).

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Created:
2024-03-27

updated:
2024-06-14

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2024-06-14MC Last Updated04/23/2024 20:04:312024-06-13T23:54:00Z
2024-06-14MC MessagesUpdated April 23, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
[When this will happen:]
We are targeting this rollout to begin mid-May 2024 (previously mid-April) to early June 2024 (previously late April).
Updated June 13, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
[When this will happen:]
We are targeting this rollout to begin mid-May 2024 (previously mid-April) to late September 2024 (previously early June).
2024-06-14MC End Time08/21/2024 09:00:002024-10-28T08:00:00Z
2024-06-14MC SummaryFiles and items modified by Power Automate or Power Apps in SharePoint will show as "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user. This change, starting mid-May to early June 2024, does not affect "Created By" and "Modified By" columns. Organizations should inform users about this update.Files and items modified by Power Automate or Power Apps in SharePoint will show as "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user. This change, starting mid-May to late September 2024, does not affect "Created By" and "Modified By" columns. Organizations should inform users about this update.
2024-04-24MC MessagesUpdated April 4, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
[When this will happen:]
We are targeting this rollout to begin mid-April 2024 to late April 2024.
Updated April 23, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
[When this will happen:]
We are targeting this rollout to begin mid-May 2024 (previously mid-April) to early June 2024 (previously late April).
2024-04-24MC Last Updated04/05/2024 02:01:392024-04-23T20:04:31Z
2024-04-24MC SummaryFiles and items modified by Power Automate or Power Apps in SharePoint will show as "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user. This change, starting mid to late April 2024, does not affect "Created By" and "Modified By" columns. Organizations should inform users about this update.Files and items modified by Power Automate or Power Apps in SharePoint will show as "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user. This change, starting mid-May to early June 2024, does not affect "Created By" and "Modified By" columns. Organizations should inform users about this update.
2024-04-05MC MessagesUpdated April 1, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
Updated April 4, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
[When this will happen:]
We are targeting this rollout to begin mid-April 2024 to late April 2024.
2024-04-05MC Last Updated04/02/2024 01:31:352024-04-05T02:01:39Z
2024-04-05MC SummaryMicrosoft Power Platform will display as the modifier of files and items in SharePoint when modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App. The columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" will also show "Microsoft Power Platform". The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" will remain unchanged. Users should be informed of the change.Files and items modified by Power Automate or Power Apps in SharePoint will show as "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user. This change, starting mid to late April 2024, does not affect "Created By" and "Modified By" columns. Organizations should inform users about this update.
2024-04-02MC MessagesWe're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.Updated April 1, 2024: We have updated the content below for clarification of the experience associated with this change. Thank you for your feedback.
We're making some changes to how items and files modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App display in SharePoint. In Classic Mode you will see a modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user that caused the flow or app to create or modify an item or file. Additionally, in the columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" you will also see "Microsoft Power Platform" in both current user interface as well as Classic Mode.
Note: The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" are not changing as part of this updated experience, you will still see the user that triggered the flow or app process.
2024-04-02MC TitleFiles and items will display as modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user(Updated) Files and items will display as modified by "Microsoft Power Platform" on behalf of the user
2024-04-02MC Last Updated03/27/2024 00:36:382024-04-02T01:31:35Z
2024-04-02MC MessageTagNamesUser impact, Admin impactUpdated message, User impact, Admin impact
2024-04-02MC SummaryMicrosoft Power Platform will be displayed as the modifier of files and items in SharePoint when modified by Power Automate flow or Power App. Users should inform site owners of the change in display.Microsoft Power Platform will display as the modifier of files and items in SharePoint when modified by a Power Automate flow or Power App. The columns "App Created By" or "App Modified By" will also show "Microsoft Power Platform". The columns "Created By" and "Modified By" will remain unchanged. Users should be informed of the change.

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