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yoshihirok
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TIPS: "Split On" turn off for Twitter trigger "When a new tweet is posted"

Turn Off "Split On" of the Twitter trigger "When a new tweeti is posted" reduce the flow run count.

 

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When 10 new tweet is posted in a minute,

If "Split On" = "On", The flow run 10 times in a minute.

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If "Split On" = "Off", The flow run 1 times in a minute.

Run History show per a minute.

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To reduct your flow count by tweets trigger, the "Setting - Split On" of Tweet trigger turn Off.

 

At turn off, you need to re-create the flow by remove tweet' related action.

 

When "Split On" = "On", the output of Tweet trigger is non-array value.

Actions can use the output of Tweet without Apply-to-each.

 

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 When "Split On" = "Off" the output of Tweet trigger is array of value.

Action can use the output of Tweet within Apply-to-each.

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The "Split On" turn Off, make reduce run count of the flow.

 

Regards,

Yoshihiro Kawabata 

 

 

 

 

 

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v-monli-msft
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Hi @yoshihirok,

 

Thanks for your continuous case-sharing and contribution to the community!

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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v-monli-msft
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Community Support

Hi @yoshihirok,

 

Thanks for your continuous case-sharing and contribution to the community!

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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bu11frogg
Advocate II
Advocate II

Thank you for providing these details!

 

I'm wondering if "Split On" would help in situations where a Flow updates a List item, which in turn triggers another Flow run.

 

Example:  If a Flow with multiple Approvals modifies a column while the Flow is still running, it kicks off another Flow run.  Would disabling "Split On" help in this scenario? 

 

If I get some time to create a test Flow, I'll post the results back here.  Smiley Happy

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