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MC542767 – (Updated) SharePoint 2013 workflow retirement

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check before: 2023-05-01

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SharePoint 2013 workflows will be retired with new tenants affected from April 2, 2024, and existing tenants from April 2, 2026. Organizations should transition to Power Automate or other solutions, prepare users, and utilize resources like the Microsoft 365 Assessment tool for migration.
Updated April 12, 2024: This update serves as a reminder regarding the upcoming retirement scheduled for April 2, 2026.
Since the release of SharePoint workflows, Microsoft has evolved workflow orchestration to not only encompass SharePoint, but all the productivity services you use with Microsoft 365 and beyond. With the continued investment in Power Automate as the universal solution to workflow, Microsoft is retiring SharePoint 2013 workflows.
[When this will happen:]
Starting April 2nd, 2024, SharePoint 2013 workflows will be turned off for any newly created tenants.
Starting April 2nd, 2026, Microsoft will remove the ability to run, or create and execute SharePoint 2013 workflows for existing tenants.

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Created:
2023-04-18

updated:
2024-04-13

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2024-04-13MC MessagesSince the release of SharePoint workflows, Microsoft has evolved workflow orchestration to not only encompass SharePoint, but all the productivity services you use with Microsoft 365 and beyond. With the continued investment in Power Automate as the universal solution to workflow, Microsoft is retiring SharePoint 2013 workflows.
[When this will happen:]
Starting April 2nd, 2024, SharePoint 2013 workflows will be turned off for any newly created tenants.
Starting April 2nd, 2026, Microsoft will remove the ability to run, or create and execute SharePoint 2013 workflows for existing tenants.
Updated April 12, 2024: This update serves as a reminder regarding the upcoming retirement scheduled for April 2, 2026.
Since the release of SharePoint workflows, Microsoft has evolved workflow orchestration to not only encompass SharePoint, but all the productivity services you use with Microsoft 365 and beyond. With the continued investment in Power Automate as the universal solution to workflow, Microsoft is retiring SharePoint 2013 workflows.
[When this will happen:]
Starting April 2nd, 2024, SharePoint 2013 workflows will be turned off for any newly created tenants.
Starting April 2nd, 2026, Microsoft will remove the ability to run, or create and execute SharePoint 2013 workflows for existing tenants.
2024-04-13MC TitleSharePoint 2013 workflow retirement(Updated) SharePoint 2013 workflow retirement
2024-04-13MC Last Updated04/17/2023 20:49:122024-04-12T23:17:26Z
2024-04-13MC MessageTagNamesUser impact, Admin impact, RetirementUpdated message, User impact, Admin impact, Retirement
2024-04-13MC SummarySharePoint 2013 workflows will be retired with new tenants affected from April 2, 2024, and existing tenants from April 2, 2026. Organizations should transition to Power Automate or other solutions, prepare users, and utilize resources like the Microsoft 365 Assessment tool for migration.

*starting April 2022

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