Thanks for visiting my blog…in this blog post, have you ever faced the situation where your flow keeps running with no output. Today I will list down the possible scenarios where you were struck with slow performance of the Flow.
Consider the below actions to make your flow execute smoothly.
Remediation steps/Actions to take to make your flow run faster:
- Understand the throttling limits for your connectors and data sources
- Check for Request limits based on user licenses
- Cross verify the throughput limits
- See the minimum number of actions that the Power Automate service will allow for each plan on the Request limits and allocation page.
- Do verify if you were using any on premise connectors
- You are hitting the throttling limit in Power Automate
- Redesigning your flow to use fewer actions and less data.
- Reduce the number of loop iterations for the iteration in ‘Do Until’ and ‘For each item’
- Filter your data to retrieve only what is necessary Filtering with Odata
- Consider reducing the frequency of scheduled cloud flow
- Reduce the file size being accessed if possible if your flow uses them
- Consider using Variables for frequently accessed information in your flow
- Use Compose and Variable actions to view the data at any time.
- Purchasing a Per User or Per Flow license from the pricing page
- Per Flow plan may provide best performance quotas available
- Enable concurrency control for your ‘Apply to each’ action
- Consider creating custom retry policy
- Use Select Actions
- Check your System jobs in Data verse if asynchronous service performance is normal
- Reduce the flow complexity
- Consider using Process Advisor for Power Automate.
- Verify if you were hitting 2 minute timelimit in dataverse if you were calling Bound or Unbound action in Flow.
Hope this helps someone who’s looking to optimize their flow.
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