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Instant Cloud Flow asking for Location Services to be turned on | [Quick Tip]

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If you are using Instant Cloud Flows in Power Automate, you must be asked the below –

That’s because Instant Cloud Flow needs Location Services to be on for Power Automate.

Turn On Location Services

Here’s how you can turn on Location Services.

  1. If you click on the “Lock” icon on the Chrome (or other browsers), you’ll see Location is turned off. This is when you would have initially denied sharing location.
  2. All you need to do is turn this on. Flip the switch!
  3. And now when you Run the Flow again, you’ll notice that the Location services has passed on the Location details to the trigger of the Flow i.e. Instant Flow trigger.

Hope this helps!

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