I saw in previous posts that There was a fix to get close to immediate trigger from Forms input on Flows but currently a user is experience a delay of more than 20 minutes.
Did this implementation went trought to every tenant or is there anything that should be done to get this?
That Fix was applied almost two years ago, so it should definately be in place in your tenant by now. What kind of Flow license is the user on? I believe someof the changes that were introduced on October 1st may apply to polling times. But I just ran a test and my Flow received the Flow trigger 10 seconds after I submitted the Form.
Hi @SérgioMacieira ,
As @Pstork1 said, my flow always trigger normally and don't have the issue that you mentioned. What kind of Flow license is the user on?
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A delay of up to about 5 minutes is not uncommon, but it shouldn't be 20 minutes. There are throttling limits on how frequently API calls to poll systems are done and this user might be straining those limits and being throttled. Is that user using a lot of Flows?
Hi @Pstork1 .
Thansk for your reply.
I can't be sure about the user workflows but I could make my tests and I'm also getting the same result.
I'm pretty sure I'm not getting throttled since nor in Forms nor in FLow I'm having things running.
Don't knwo what could be this situation.
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