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Flow to move files when modifid

I use the flow below to move files that are renamed to another folder.

 

However, if there are 10 files in the folder, almost all of them will be renamed at the same time.

Flow then only moves the files that are the newest (original) date modified  and leaves the older files .

How can that be solved?

 

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Hi @frixel ,

 

I guess that the delay in Flow trigger time gives you an illusion.

The trigger you use is triggered whenever a file is changed in the specified folder. If you change a lot of files in a short time, Flow may not respond as quickly as you expect. It exists delay, but will eventually be triggered.

You could observe if the Flow run history has been executed a corresponding number of times.

 

Besides, please try to click on Settings, set Concurrency Control, add Degree of Parallelism, and see if Flow can react faster in a short time.

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Community Support Team _ Barry
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I tested it with the settings you suggested.
However, the older files still stay in the folder after renaming and only the newest files are moved.

Hi @frixel ,

 

You could change the method. Since this trigger does not apply to the scene you want, you could consider other methods.

If you want to move a file which name has changed to the expected value to another folder, you can use Recurrence or Button as the trigger.

Use List files in folder to get all the files in the specified folder, and then determine whether the file name contains the specified value.

If so, move the file to a different folder.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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