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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Trigger frequency

Hi all!

A member of this community ( @MikeRooker ) is having an issue with 'When a file is created (properties only)' check frequency.

He verified it by looking at the Run History->All runs->Checks (no new data). Flow trigger seems to check every 2 hours. He has an Enterprise plan.

Some threads were open in the past with this same issue, however I do not see a clear answer on how to check default frequency applied per license, so people can decice which license suit better their needs

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Using-Flows/Office-365-new-trigger-frequency/td-p/410377

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Using-Flows/Automated-Flow-Won-t-Trigger/td-p/386967

 

Is it any link we can verify this trigger default frequency per license? and

Does the tenant administrator have the possibility to reduce the default frequency?

Thanx!

 



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Hi @efialttes ,

 

I believe that you meant 2 minutes instead of 2 hours, am I right?

There were maximum flow frequency before as your link shows(for Plan 1 and 2 ...), but there is not anymore for the new license. 

 

Now, you can just check each flow as follows.

 

1. Click the right above of the trigger you want to choose, and choose Peek code.

2. Check interval. 

 

trigger2.pngpeak.png

 

I hope it helps!

 

 

 

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Hi @efialttes ,

 

I believe that you meant 2 minutes instead of 2 hours, am I right?

There were maximum flow frequency before as your link shows(for Plan 1 and 2 ...), but there is not anymore for the new license. 

 

Now, you can just check each flow as follows.

 

1. Click the right above of the trigger you want to choose, and choose Peek code.

2. Check interval. 

 

trigger2.pngpeak.png

 

I hope it helps!

 

 

 

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Thanks for your feedback, @t-tatoku !

Let's hope @MikeRooker  which is the one having the issue can have a look to the info you shared

Thanx again!



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Thank you t-takoku! And of course to the very awesome for asking.


T-Takoku, does that interval stand for 3 minutes and if I wanted to change it to 2 or 1, how may I do so when it is on (properties only) and won't let you edit.

 

Thank you.

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@MikeRooker 

You are welcome.

No, you cannot change the interval. I am sorry about that.

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Dual Super User III

@t-tatoku Thanks for your fast and precise response !
@MikeRooker shall I mark the thread as solved?

You guys make this community great!


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Thank you efialttes!! You're magnificent!

Yes please.

Please forgive my late reply

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