I am using a flow to trigger another flow. There is an action in Flow A to start Flow B, and this works fine.
Currently, Flow B is using a trigger of "item is created or updated" and I am using a condition to terminate the flow if Flow A hasn't run yet.
Is there a better trigger for Flow B in this case? I only want it to run when Flow A starts it.
would a manual trigger still allow Flow B to run if started by Flow A?
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...................................................and here we stop?
No further replies from Microsoft?
You can create a flow on mobile only, oh wait, that's a rediculous notion.
Zdonaldson, have you tried using the "Force"? Given my experience trying to get ANYTHING simple done in Microsoft is far easier to attain by using the Force rather than their tools (using the term loosely). Some things do work, and they look pretty, but typically they work only on a Tuesday with a full moon. Otherwise, you're S.O.L.
Microsoft. Don't like my comments? Hire me as a consultant if you have the balls and I'll show you why myself and thousands of others are CONSTANTLY COMPLAINING!! You will try to justify every stupid issue but guaranteed it's all about prgroam creep, spresading too thin. lots of color no substance that people actually need.
You're trying to be too much to too many and not finalizing ANYTHING (except Excel) to users' satisfaction.
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