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number of runs

how can I check in Plan 2 how many flow runs are actually done?

 

In the Learning is a function "activitiy" described but is not availabe







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Hi @dynamiacs,

 

I got the following response regarding the Flow usage.

The total number of runs currently is only available in the gear / settings menu for Microsoft Flow free users.

For organization, the run count is pooled tenant wide (and not enforced per user). Tenant level pooled quota and usage information for Microsoft Flow will be available for tenant administrators in the next couple of weeks.

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Hi @dynamiacs,

 

You should be able to see all activity under Microsoft Flow Notifications:

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For the flow counts, currently it is still not available.

The information in the following article may not be appliable to the current Microsoft Flow.

Billing and metering questions

 

I will collect this as a content request, to remind the product team to update the online document.

 

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Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Hi @dynamiacs,

 

I got the following response regarding the Flow usage.

The total number of runs currently is only available in the gear / settings menu for Microsoft Flow free users.

For organization, the run count is pooled tenant wide (and not enforced per user). Tenant level pooled quota and usage information for Microsoft Flow will be available for tenant administrators in the next couple of weeks.

Regards

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Hi @v-micsh-msft,

 

thx for your help.

 

Looking forward to check the usage in the future..

 

Best Regards.

Jan







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Hi @v-micsh-msft,

 

any updates available?

 

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Jan







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Has there been an update on this?  We are trying to get the number of flow runs that we have used in our environment. 

 

Thank you!

Advocate II
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Please try The Admin Center and there you find the usage






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Can I ask you where exactly? The official info says that they are still working on exposing available quota.

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Advocate II
Advocate II

As long as you are a tenant administrator, you should be able to just go straight here to find out how many flows have been ran in your tenant (at least at time of writing i.e. 14/05/2019). https://admin.flow.microsoft.com/tenant/quotas

 

The steps to get there are as follows, and just to reiterate, you need to be a tenant administrator so make sure of that before performing these steps:

 

  1. Go to https://admin.microsoft.com/AdminPortal/Home#/homepage
  2. Click 'Show all' in the left hand menu
  3. Click 'All admin centers'
  4. Select 'Flow' from the options in the main content area
  5. Click 'Tenant' if the left hand menu and select 'Quotas'
  6. Flow runs will appear, along with the total number of flows available, and a link to download the data of the runs.

Cheers,

Joe

 

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