NOTE: The explanation below is not officially supported by Microsoft! That said, we have been using this ourselves on several projects, and have seen no issues.
We use Key Vault extensively in our solutions, to store any secrets we might need. For example in an API through code, in Azure Functions via the application settings, or in a Logic App through a REST call. If you go to your secrets in Key Vault, you will notice that the link to the secret includes a version number, in the format of https://kv-we-retrieve-kv-secret.vault.azure.net/secrets/MySecretValue/80df3e46ffcd4f1cb187f79905e9a1e8.
Of course, this is great if we want to reference a specific version of a secret. However, often we will just want to reference the latest version, so we stay up to date even when the secret has been changed, for example because it is a rotating password.
It turns out, this is very easy, without the need to update the version number in all our applications whenever a new version is created. This is done by just omitting the version number from our link! So the will instead look like https://kv-we-retrieve-kv-secret.vault.azure.net/secrets/MySecretValue/.
Important to notice is the trailing slash ( / ), which needs to be included, otherwise you will just get a 404 error.