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dsoni
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Team Flow

Hi,

 

My current Microsoft Flow pack has 2000 runs/month. If I create a team flow does the number of flow runs increase?

For example if there are two owners of flow so does that increase the total flow runs to 4000/month?

 

Further does scheduling events to particular time cost additional flow runs or is it counted as single flow run?

 

 

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Pstork1
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Nothing will happen when you reach 2,001.  Let's say your organization has 2 Flow users with 2,000 runs each per month.  Then between the two of you you can run up to 4,000 flows distributed between you any way you like.  Actually nothing will happen immediately if you go over the 4,000.  Microsoft will notice, but unless it happens on a regular basis nothing will be done.  If it does happen frequently, serveral months in a row, then MS will contact your organization about buying additional Flow runs.  Most organizations have enough user licenses that they never get anywhere near their total quota.



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Microsoft changed the way the Flow run quota is calculated a while ago.  Although it was originally a certain number of Flow runs per user per month, they have now switched it to a quota that agregates all the Flow runs allowed per user per month across the tenant.  So if you are licensed through an Office 365 tenant then your Flow run quota is equal to the sum of all Flow runs allowed for all users per month in the tenant.  YOu don't need to add another user to as owner to get more runs.  The quota is the same either way.



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Hi @dsoni,

 

As @Pstork1 said, adding flow owner does not increase the total number of times you run your flow. If you do need to run more, you could have a consider upgrading your license.

 

For the second point Further does the scheduling events to particular time cost additional flow runs the or is it counted as single flow run? If your action schedule set at a particular time will not cost additional flow runs.

 

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Community Support Team _ Lin Tu

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@v-lin-msft 

You said the following:

"For the second point Further does the scheduling events to particular time cost additional flow runs the or is it counted as single flow run? If your action schedule set at a particular time will not cost additional flow runs."

 

It is my understanding that each time a recurrence Flow executes/fires that it will count as a Flow run.  Am I misunderstanding the rules?

 

 

 

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Scott

Hi @ScottShearer,

 

Yes, each time a recurrence Flow execution will count as a Flow run, it will be counted as a single flow run in all process until the flow end.

And @dsoni wondered if it would take an extra run, in other words, whether it would count as two runs or more. In my understanding.

 

Best Regards,

Lin

 

dsoni
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Thanks for the response. I was also researching across the community regarding this. 

 

So as I am part of the organization, I can make use of more than 2000 runs as the total runs for the organization is way more?

 

What happens when the 2001th flow runs if I have a license under an organization? It fails or runs successfully?


@Pstork1 wrote:

Microsoft changed the way the Flow run quota is calculated a while ago.  Although it was originally a certain number of Flow runs per user per month, they have now switched it to a quota that agregates all the Flow runs allowed per user per month across the tenant.  So if you are licensed through an Office 365 tenant then your Flow run quota is equal to the sum of all Flow runs allowed for all users per month in the tenant.  YOu don't need to add another user to as owner to get more runs.  The quota is the same either way.


 

Pstork1
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Dual Super User III

Nothing will happen when you reach 2,001.  Let's say your organization has 2 Flow users with 2,000 runs each per month.  Then between the two of you you can run up to 4,000 flows distributed between you any way you like.  Actually nothing will happen immediately if you go over the 4,000.  Microsoft will notice, but unless it happens on a regular basis nothing will be done.  If it does happen frequently, serveral months in a row, then MS will contact your organization about buying additional Flow runs.  Most organizations have enough user licenses that they never get anywhere near their total quota.



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dsoni
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@Pstork1 Thanks!! This solves all my concerns.

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