A common requirement in lists is to create dynamically-updating time counters that keep ticking over without you having to refresh or change the List manually. For instance, I have a Flow that triggers when a certain Sharepoint List item has exceeded two days in age and a few other criteria. While you can create time delays and the like in your Flow, you may wish to reflect the time passed directly in the List. This article describes an easy way to achieve this in Power Automate.
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