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JKDaubn
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Trigger Sharepoint "When an Item is created" after recurrence flow on Array

I'm building a flow that I'm trying to get to perform the same action on a bunch of subsites, so each time the flows need editing, I don't have to do it 27 different times.  I've created an array using the function createArray() under a one minute recurrence, but below that, under "Apply to Each", I only want the flow to trigger if a new list item is created under one of the array subsites.  But it just sits there and doesn't trigger.  Pay no mind to the email issues.  We're currently having network errors.

 

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ChristianAbata
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hi @JKDaubn  you can use when an item is create conector and then use length to get the numbers of items, so you can compare it with a value that you can add in somewhere to know if the get item response is 9 items an before taht you variable is 8, so run what you want if not, just do nothing.



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JKDaubn
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fchopo
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Hello @JKDaubn 

Please, have a look at this thread: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Power-Automate/Using-a-single-Flow-across-multiple-Share... and the answer by @RezaDorrani There is a great post by John Liu on how to handle changes on multiple lists with one flow: http://johnliu.net/blog/2019/3/one-flow-to-handle-them-all-how-to-subscribe-to-multiple-sharepoint-l...

Hope it helps!

Ferran

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