Hi my friends!

Welcome to this weeks Power Automate Tutorial – an introduction to Trigger Conditions

00:00 – Introductions
01:40 – Reza Introduces self and concept
03:05 – Overview to Trigger conditions
05:10 – How do we use Trigger Conditions?
06:05 – Using condition actions in our flow
13:30 – Building a flow with a trigger condition
23:00 – Trigger Conditions in Teams
30:50 – Conclusion
32:35 – Connect with Reza
33:37 – Get Subscribed

Want to learn more from Reza? Check out his links:
Reza YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvBYTqRx-n_8KzFO0MJlUVw
Reza Twitter – https://twitter.com/rezadorrani

Want to find the Workflow Definition language document? – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/logic-apps/logic-apps-workflow-definition-language

Want to see my previous video about trigger conditions? – https://youtu.be/ICQEPSsx-qA

check out Power Automate at http://flow.microsoft.com

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Much Love from Me!
– Jon

  1. Jon Russell 1 year ago

    Great way to describe the first step “flow is listening”. Nice !!

  2. Fowmy A 1 year ago

    Learnt new things, REZA is a great teacher.

  3. Khalid Saleh 1 year ago

    It is very useful video…thx man…. You made my life more easier..

  4. kyleb350 1 year ago

    Been looking for a way to do this. Thanks Jon!

  5. PunchKickBlog 1 year ago

    Just for clarity: are the api calls capped on a per user or per license basis? Currently taking my first steps with our office 365 license and in the process of wetting appetite for it in my organisation.

  6. Dan Robson 1 year ago

    Great video, very well explained. No more will my first thing in a flow be a condition!

  7. George Klucsarits 1 year ago

    Great video! Very timely and useful. Thanks for posting this.

  8. Lorna Brooke 1 year ago

    Has any one tried a trigger creating a sharepoint item if a specific answer on a Form is Yes? I am struggling, I have a form that asks if a person wants something specific if they say yes I then need the answers to the section to be created in a specific list away from the main data list (this section is bank details so I need to be careful who has access), I want to use a condition trigger to limit the runs but I cant figure it out it just doesnt run. I am using: @equals(triggerbody('Get_response_details')?['r6321a3b92e1f4711a083c78737418512'], 'yes') – I looked up the code of the reponse but it comes up as a body not a trigger body, it wont save as a body so I have changed to trigger body but when I test the run it is still not working any help would be great.

  9. TX3 REMYDIO 1 year ago

    Great learning as usual, thanks !

  10. DARK ROOM STUDIOS 1 year ago

    Can anyone help?
    I am using a flow to get the body of an email and grab a date and time from email. The date and time come in as May 28th 2020 10:00 pm. I really need to convert this to yyyy-mm-ddthh:mm:ss so I can use that to create a outlook calendar event. Any ideas?

  11. great video, I really admire the scenarios and the way Reza explanation …!! 1000 kudos to both of you for this great video.

  12. Sydney Darier 1 year ago

    Awesome content guys!!!! Please do a video of the SharePoint modified code…

  13. Alex McLachlan 1 year ago

    Great video, clearly explained – thanks.
    I have one question, which I've not been able to find anything via searches – when should an OData Filter expression be used, rather than a Trigger Condition?

  14. Samuri Snark 1 year ago

    Wondering how to leverage this when I have multiple conditions in my flow

  15. vinay ayinapurapu 1 year ago

    Complex topic explained in simple steps.. Great way to go..

  16. Andrew Smith 12 months ago

    Fantastic video. Really enjoyed watching this great demonstration.

  17. Mannar Mannan 12 months ago

    Hi Jon,
    I have 8 flows running in the same SharePoint list which looks at the same condition 'When a new item is created' but with different conditions after the item has been created. When there is more than one item created at the same time (For eg: MS Forms pushes from's data from many users to the SharePoint list) , the flow fails to get some items. Flows skips some new items. Its not specific item it randomly skips some items. Please can you help.

  18. 😞 Jon you've never disappointed me except in this video. You wouldn't have mentioned " In laws " if you only knew Reza is my latest celebrity crush. 😊

  19. Lisa Smith 11 months ago

    Good Stuff! Save alot of condition creation!

  20. Ameer Cader 9 months ago

    Hi guys
    I am new to power automate. Anyone knows where I can start looking at?

  21. Hakim Muhiddin 9 months ago

    Is there any way I can set the trigger condition and text value format? For example A0432. It shall only triggered when the is A#### (A and 4digit format).

  22. Taranbir Singh Dulai 8 months ago

    Hi Jon – I am stuck with a condition that I need in the flow. I want to create a condition that triggers an email to the respondent if user selects a date when my business has not started. E.g Trigger email if selected date is before 10th Oct'20. Is this possible?

  23. Umar Shahzad 8 months ago

    Hello Everyone
    As you are aware that in power automate there is a limit of 2000 api calls per 24 hours (m365 license). Is there a way to know how much api calls I have consumed in last 24 hour?

  24. Nirjhar Ray 7 months ago

    A great use case for cost savings

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