As we all know that Microsoft Flow is also known as Power Automate.
So, it has some limitations as well. Like Request limit, Flow limits, etc. to know more about Limits and configuration in Power Automate,, click here.
Another important point about power automate is that it is priced based on the number of times the flow has been triggered.
So, today we will learn how can we restrict/filter our power automate trigger.
Here is the scenario, I have a custom entity(Blog Note) of activity type and I want my power automate to trigger on create of blog note record when it’s is created from the Contact entity.
Now, under the timeline section, I can see an extra activity entity named Blog Note under Account, Contact, Lead, and so on.
I have the power automate ready with me, which triggers whenever a record is created within the Blog Notes entity from any entity like account, contact, lead, and so on.
I want to restrict my flow run so that it triggers only when a user creates the blog notes from the Contact entity. If a blog notes is created from some other entity like account or lead then the flow should not trigger.
To handle this we need to go to the trigger step(Trigger on create of BlogNotes) setting.
This is how we check if the regardingid is a contact entity then only the power automate trigger else it won’t.
I hope this helps!