Microsoft recently announced that SharePoint 2010 Workflows will be retired in the next few months.
You may be using SharePoint 2010 workflows even if you're on a new version of SharePoint – SharePoint 2010 workflows run in all SharePoint versions.
Bottom line: If you're using SharePoint, you need to evaluate your current environment to determine if it is at risk of losing functionality when workflows are retired in the next few months.
C5 Insight recommends migrating to Power Automate to maintain continuity in your business processes. All Microsoft 365 licenses include the usage of the Power Platform, which includes the Power Automate solution.
August 1, 2020: SharePoint 2010 workflows will be turned off for newly created tenants in Microsoft 365.
November 1, 2020: Microsoft will begin to remove the ability to run SharePoint 2010 workflows for existing Microsoft 365 tenants.
Microsoft has provided a tool for customers to run, SharePoint Modernization Scanner tool, which will scan your tenant for legacy workflow usage. The tool helps you identify if you're using SharePoint 2010 workflows, sites using the workflows, and the upgradability to Power Automate.
C5 Insight's Recommendation: Begin considering transitioning your SharePoint 2013 Workflows to Power Automate or other supported solutions.
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