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JeffBTS
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Runs in progress

How would I be able to get information on how many runs are in progress for each workflow using powershell?

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Re: Runs in progress

Hi @JeffBTS,

 

You could enter the MS Flow admin center, then click the Download all the data for the Tenant to a .csv file. If so, you can get the runs data for each Flow.MicrosoftTeams-image.pngOr you can access the Power Platform:

https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/analytics/flow

There are Microsoft Flow analytic for the designed UI of Daily runs, Weekly runs, and so on.

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