The default behaviour of a Power Automate Flow is to allow multiple instances of the same flow running. But depending on the scenario or implementation, this can be a big problem, for example, a Flow that is triggered when an item is modified and then based on that iterates through a big list of items and updates a field.
Especially when it comes to SharePoint Online, the Flow can be throttled…
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SharePoint and Office 365 Consultant/Developer always trying to get the best from Microsoft stack (Microsoft 365/Azure/Power Platform and related stuff).
Living in Ireland since 2018, I had previously worked in Brazil as a consultant/developer for Office 365, SharePoint and related technologies for almost 10 years.
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