You can try setting up your flow like this:
After a new item is added, initialize two variables (ReminderDate and NextReminder) that holds the initial value addDays(triggerBody()?['Created'],14).
Then, add a Control Action of type Do until with a test on your status column ("Balance equal to 200" in my example). Note that this field should be from the ...
The built-in alert only alerts users who have subscribed to alerts on a list. If your account has sufficient priveleges, you can programatically set up alerts for other users, but those alerts still won't be conditionally based on a date field, it would just alert when an event is created or modified.
If you are using SharePoint Online, the easiest way to ...
Create SharePoint 2013 platform workflow, this workflow can loop and will follow this pattern:
The workflow has a Loop, and inside of the loop, an email Action and a Pause Action. This example loops forever.
You can use the Pause until action in the workflow to send the reminder email every month.
Here is the basic idea of the workflow.
Pause until Date – set the date to the NextReminderTime field of the current item.
Send an Email – send the email as required.
Update List Item – set the date in your calculated column for the nextReminderDate