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babyheroine
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Automated Flow Won't Trigger

Hello there! 

I have a flow that triggered 'when an item is created' in Sharepoint which worked just work. However, I noticed that the flow won't trigger immediately (5 - 10mn delay), if doesn't trigger at all (not fail). I checked my Sharepoint list and the item is already created immediately from Powerapps form. 
My flow plan is 365 Plan which i got from my company plan. 

 

Please help. Does anyone know what could possibly be the issue?

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fchopo
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Super User

Hello @babyheroine ,

 

Since October, 1st, Flow plans have changed: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-flow-licensing-faq

 

As I understand, your plan was Flow for Office 365, which had a 5 minutes frequency: It means it will trigger flows in batches every 5 minutes (that's the main reason it is not triggering inmediately). Here you have more info about the old Flow plans:1_js3g_E2IQZbDgUw9dKmttw

 

Your plan now is called Seeded plan, and it shouldn't have any restrictions on the number of runs and trigger frecuency (https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/News-Announcements-Formerly/New-PowerApps-and-Flow-Licensing-com...). 

1_pit-M3uqV3WUVbUpeoD9KgTherefore, in a near future, it should trigger faster than now.

Hope it helps!

Ferran

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Gristy
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It can take a while on the free plans to execute.

fchopo
Super User
Super User

Hello @babyheroine ,

 

Since October, 1st, Flow plans have changed: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-flow-licensing-faq

 

As I understand, your plan was Flow for Office 365, which had a 5 minutes frequency: It means it will trigger flows in batches every 5 minutes (that's the main reason it is not triggering inmediately). Here you have more info about the old Flow plans:1_js3g_E2IQZbDgUw9dKmttw

 

Your plan now is called Seeded plan, and it shouldn't have any restrictions on the number of runs and trigger frecuency (https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/News-Announcements-Formerly/New-PowerApps-and-Flow-Licensing-com...). 

1_pit-M3uqV3WUVbUpeoD9KgTherefore, in a near future, it should trigger faster than now.

Hope it helps!

Ferran

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