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The Microsoft Flow team is on a rapid trajectory, releasing improvements to the product every week. Sometimes it feels like everyday since we don’t always do the same things with Flow every time we work with.
A peer posed the question – did they change the way Dynamic Content works? Turns out not. His screen was showing the Dynamic content under the action instead of on the side like this:
No, this is not a change in the UI. This is how it will look when the browser is resized to a smaller footprint. Increase the browser window size and it will return to it’s normal placement.
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