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Deltodeus
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Helper II

Scheduled Flow format time issue

I set a scheduled flow to run at 6 am in the morning but the morning after when i check my flow, it doesnt run at all until the next day. Then when i simulate it to run 15 minutes after (my current times + 15 minutes), it works well. What actually happened here? 

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Hello @Deltodeus 

 

You have set the Interval to 1 week? 

 

I assume you want to run it daily correct? If yes, what happens if you set to 1 Day instead? 

 

Please review the link https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/I-Found-A-Bug/Issues-with-scheduling-action/td-p/94771 

 

It should answer most of your questions. 

 

The "Start time" of "Recurrence" trigger indicates that when the flow first starts (Except the default run). The Recurrence trigger would be fired once automatically when you saved your flow, no matter which time filled within Start time field of the trigger.

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CFernandes
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Hey @Deltodeus Mate,

 

I had a similar problem. The issue was due to no Start time being defined, even though the time zone was correct and the times were selected for the correct hours. Can you please add a start time and then check?

 

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Do i have any wrong setting here? I have this issue while using these settingsDeltodeus_0-1638776748299.png

@And(equals(formatDateTime(addDays(utcNow(), 90), 'dd-MM-yyyy'), formatDateTime(item()?['ExpiredDate'], 'dd-MM-yyyy')),equals(item()?['Renewal Status'], 'In Progress'))


 

Hello @Deltodeus 

 

You have set the Interval to 1 week? 

 

I assume you want to run it daily correct? If yes, what happens if you set to 1 Day instead? 

 

Please review the link https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/I-Found-A-Bug/Issues-with-scheduling-action/td-p/94771 

 

It should answer most of your questions. 

 

The "Start time" of "Recurrence" trigger indicates that when the flow first starts (Except the default run). The Recurrence trigger would be fired once automatically when you saved your flow, no matter which time filled within Start time field of the trigger.

does that mean if i have an action that collect a data in 2021 by flow then i will have to at least set my start time on 2020 to make it works ? 

Hey @Deltodeus Please give that a shot > Change to 2021.

yeah when i set the start time 1 year ahead, my flow didnt run anything, i have to set it back to at least 3 months ago (maybe because i still have a flow that working on the data 3 months ago)

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