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SandraAkujobi
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Flow Conditon limitation

I've created a flow that sends an approval request to one manager to another (In this case there are 4 managers who need to review the entries in the list and approve), when one manager approves then a request is sent to the other manager to view and approve till so on. So I've got the flow to work before but now I've updated it and made it an recurrence trigger flow, the only issue is that there's a limit of actions. At the final stage for the final manger to view, It won't  let me add the action to update item to approve. So how would I come about it.

 

This is how the flow looks like, I've zoomed out quite a bit to show the whole flow process. 

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As you can see it won't let me put in an action in the yes box. 

 

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ChristianAbata
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oh @SandraAkujobi  this is a problem men. There are no way to break the limit you has have 7 levels no more.



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Mira_Ghaly
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@SandraAkujobi

Consider breaking your flow into child flows, so for example let 2 approvals in the Main flow and the other 2 approvals in the child flow and call the Child flow from the Main flow using Run a Child Flow action and you can pass whatever parameters from parent to child.

 

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How would I create the child flow and also run a Child Flow action. Haven't seen that done before.

 

@SandraAkujobi 

To create a child flow, Create a new solution and from inside the solution create a new flow choose the Trigger to be manual

You can add whatever parameters you like as below, then at the end responds to Power Apps or flow , and add output parameters if you like, if you have any connections in your flow , then after saving the flow , go back to the edit screen

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On the Run only users click Edit

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and choose use this connection provided

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Then on your Main flow choose to call the Action Run a child workflow, choose your flow and add the required parameters

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