LogicApp Designer Ideas
1 Workflow definition is a live code in production. These definitions could be updated in the production to provide any hotfix. On the same time, things may go totally wrong in case of accidental updates or due to incorrect changes. This could be avoided by tracking last change in the flow definition. This can save few hours of investigations or redeployment.
2 In the current LogicApp designer, any flow is designed from top to bottom. This does not provide flexible and customizable look & feel to everyone. What if, designer could provide free placement of trigger & actions (drag & place) as per user's choice, that way, it will be super convenient for user to represent their workflow graphically in whatever they way they want.
3 What about common action in the designer for e.g., I create an action in the workflow and marked it as 'common'. Now this action could be invoked from other actions rather creating same action again. For e.g., I have ten actions in my logic app and I want to send mail after each action execution. With common action, I could be able to invoke the same common action n times.
4 Freeze Designer View (Lock the view to avoid accidental changes, specially, in production). There could be an option to freeze the designer view. This could allow user to explore the workflow but does not allow any changes. This is to avoid the accidental updates.
5 Actions or trigger could be allowed to collapse further into ICON. This will help to view more workflow in a single screen without scrolling up and down. This will go well with #2
David Burg commented
Maybe each of these deserve a separate entry so folks can vote on specific changes.
#1 this appears to be a change audit feature request.
#4 this appears to be RBAC or a variant of it.
Good points Pankaj and would love to see this as part of the product.