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A cloud flow that has no successful triggers will expire and be turned off. After 90 days of inactivity, the flow creator will receive an email. If no action is taken in next 30 days, the flow will be systematically turned off and the creator will be notified in an email. For enterprise scenarios, we recommend you buy a standalone Power Automate license ...


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Suppose the connection in "Send an email (V2)" is of User1. And you need to send email on behalf of Admin Account i.e. AdminUser1. User1 should should have Send on behalf permission on AdminUser1 Mailbox. Steps : Go To exchange Admin Center Click on MailBoxes from the left navigation Click on the AdminUser1 (it will open AdminUser1 Mailbox ...


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Try using below expression in Condition action inside "Apply to each" on excel rows: @equals(empty(items('Apply_to_each')?['DateCol']), bool('True')) Source: Check for empty cells in Excel If you are not able to able to use the advanced mode for conditions, use below: Left condition: empty(items('Apply_to_each')?['DateCol']) Operator: is equal to ...


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Apply to each action has limit of 5,000 items for "Low" performance profile and 100,000 for all other performance profiles. So, you can buy any of the below plans: Source: Performance profiles


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For a selected file trigger fires either immediately or after a very short delay. Always. So, just because you added a date field and called it "Trigger date" does not change this fact. So, the Trigger date name of the field is misleading. Your flow actually still triggers immediately. It might just wait for the specified date. So, after your flow ...


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To show the display name of user in email body, use PMName DisplayName instead of just PMName from "Dynamic content" like:


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A Power Automate per User will give you 5,000 API requests per 24 hours. You can add a Power Automate Capacity Add-on to grant another 10,000 API requests per 24 hours -- this particular license is not assigned to a user. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/api-request-limits-allocations#power-apps-and-power-automate-capacity-add-on


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As per this thread, Try adding below code at the end in body (HTML editor/Code View) of send an email action: <div style="display: none;"> OR if above code is not working for you, try adding this code: <head> <style type="text/css"> .custom-div a, .custom-div a:link, .custom-div a:active, ...


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To use AI Builder Form Processing model, you will need AI Builder license. AI Builder is licensed as an add-on to your Power Apps, Power Automate, or Dynamics 365 license. References: AI Builder licensing AI Builder licensing FAQ Form processing has been released for general availability in AI Builder; therefore, it requires AI Builder capacity add-on ...


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I would break this task into two simple Flows: Save email attachment to a document library. Read Excel file from the document library and create new SharePoint list items 1) Save my email attachments to a SharePoint document library Create a new Power Automate flow using a template called "Save email attachment to a document library." Configure ...


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I personally prefer PowerShell for tasks like these. Install PnP PowerShell module: Install-Module PnP.PowerShell -force -Scope CurrentUser If you are behind proxy, you may need to install the msi package from the below link: https://github.com/pnp/PnP-PowerShell/releases/tag/3.9.1905.3 Connect to a SharePoint Site Connect-PnPOnline -Url https://YOUR_TENANT....


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