Am really keen on exposing PowerApps / Flow news - this was provided from Microsoft Flow. You can read out the full post available on this link:
Power Automate desktop flows are stored in Microsoft Dataverse, which lets you securely store and manage data that’s used by business applications. This enables you to leverage features like Solutions for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). We are updating the way that desktop flows are stored in Dataverse to make it much easier to work with when you are using Dataverse APIs and enable future product enhancements.