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ton_sko
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Power Automate - When a new Tweet is posted - change Frequency/Interval

Hi all,

 

I have set up a flow with the "when a new tweet is posted" trigger. However, I can't access the settings in which I can specify the frequency and interval as in this screenshot: 

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My only option is to type in a search term, but no option to specify the interval:

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I need to change the interval/ frequency as shown in the "peek code":

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Where can I do this?

 

Thanks,

Toni!

 

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ekarim2020
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Here is some useful info about trigger frequency and licensing: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/triggers-troubleshoot#theres-a-delay-before-my-trigg...

 

If the trigger is a polling trigger, it wakes up periodically to check if any new events have occurred.  The wake-up time depends on the license plan on which the flow runs.

For example, your flows may run every 15 minutes if you’re on the Free license plan. On the Free plan, if a cloud flow is triggered less than 15 minutes after its last run, it’s queued until 15 minutes have elapsed.

And, if your license is the Flow for Office 365 plan (from your Enterprise license E3, E5, etc.) or the Flow for Dynamics 365 plan, your flow won't run again until five minutes have elapsed. So, it may be a few minutes between the time the triggering event occurs and the time the flow begins.

...

 

Acquire a Per User or Per Flow license. After this is acquired, open and resave the flow, in order to refresh the entitlement associated with it, and to change the throttling Mode.

 

 

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ekarim2020
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The Twitter connector may have changed?

See:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/connectors/twitter/#limits

LIMITS

The following are some of the limits and restrictions:

  1. Maximum number of connections per user: 2
  2. API call rate limit for POST operation: 12 per hour
  3. API call rate limit for other operations: 600 per hour
  4. Frequency of trigger polls: 1 hour
  5. Maximum size of image upload: 5 MB
  6. Maximum size of video upload: 15 MB
  7. Maximum number of search results: 100
  8. Maximum number of new tweets tracked within one polling interval: 5
  9. Maximum allowed 'Search text' parameter value length is 470

Note the Default v Bring your own app:

The Twitter connector now supports multiple authentication types:

    Use default shared application
    Bring your own application

The default shared application uses a Twitter Client application maintained by Microsoft. In this case, when you sign into your Twitter account, you'll be asked to consent to the Microsoft Power Platform application.

With "Bring your own application" option, you can use your own Twitter OAuth Client application instead of the one managed by Microsoft. Doing so will allow you to control permissions and enable certain limitations on the use of the connector.

 

Ellis

If I remember correct I had the option to set this yesterday initially... But also the code that can be peeked implies that this can be changed, the 5 minute setting that is shown for me doesn't match the Frequency of trigger polls: 1 hour.. 

 

Maybe someone can cross check their code, to see if the interval is the same...

 

ekarim2020
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Twitter connector behaves the same way for me, as you described above - without any selectable options:

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Ellis

Can you quickly go into edit mode and click on the 3 dots, and then qlick on peek code, to check what the interval settings are for you 🙂 ?

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ekarim2020
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Hmmm, 1 minute!?

 

ekarim2020
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I know what you mean, but I honestly think this can be set up, why should your update interval be different than mine?

 

ekarim2020
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What Power Automate license plan do you have?

The account I used for testing is a non-free license:

ekarim2020_0-1626367569382.png

 

ekarim2020
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Here is some useful info about trigger frequency and licensing: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/triggers-troubleshoot#theres-a-delay-before-my-trigg...

 

If the trigger is a polling trigger, it wakes up periodically to check if any new events have occurred.  The wake-up time depends on the license plan on which the flow runs.

For example, your flows may run every 15 minutes if you’re on the Free license plan. On the Free plan, if a cloud flow is triggered less than 15 minutes after its last run, it’s queued until 15 minutes have elapsed.

And, if your license is the Flow for Office 365 plan (from your Enterprise license E3, E5, etc.) or the Flow for Dynamics 365 plan, your flow won't run again until five minutes have elapsed. So, it may be a few minutes between the time the triggering event occurs and the time the flow begins.

...

 

Acquire a Per User or Per Flow license. After this is acquired, open and resave the flow, in order to refresh the entitlement associated with it, and to change the throttling Mode.

 

 

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