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Andreabrandt
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Extend the 90 day flow expiration

I have a variety of scheduled flows that I would like to run once a year. However there is a 90 day expiration on any flows that are not triggered in 90 days. Is there a way to not have an expiration period on your flows?

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ScottShearer
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@Andreabrandt 

I am not aware of any way to avoid the expiration.

Here is a link to a post that shows how to turn the Flow back on if it is turned off.

You might also try running the Flow every month or so on a schedule.  At the top of your Flow add some logic that exits the Flow if it isn't the one time of the year that you really want it o run.

 

 

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Scott

Thank you for the reply. how would I write the logic at the beginning? Would it be a part of the reoccurrence step?

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