Today I came across a weird feature in Microsoft Flow. I collected a list of files from SharePoint and I was setting a Compose with the title of my files. In the run history each file was listed and I was quite happy with this. Inside the apply to each step can use this value. … Continue reading Compose actions inside apply to each steps in Microsoft Flow
In recent days I've had a look at performance in Microsoft Flow. We all know that nested Apply to each steps are not a great idea or maybe ... Therefore I started by creating some nested apply to each steps. If you do a bad job then do at least a really bad job! I've … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Improve your flow’s performance in a few easy steps
In this post I'm going through one of the ways to increase the performance of your flows. In this post I will use the example of counting the number of documents in a SharePoint library. The bad way First of all I will start with the Get files action ( you could of course use … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – How to make your flows perform better
In the past I used SharePoint Designer Workflows and I've always struggled with the reliability of SharePoint Designer. Now that Flow is the new cool toy to play with I thought I'll put it to the test. During this series I'm going through my conclusions as I try to get to developing reliable Flows. Posts … Continue reading How reliable is Microsoft Flow?