Trigger Conditions in Power Automate is a useful way to start your workflow at specific conditions that you can define. Just comparing a single value or multiple values building your complex expression you are sure to initiate a flow when specific conditions are satisfied.
Trigger conditions are used to control when a Power Automate flow is triggered. The trigger condition can be based on a variety of things, such as the arrival of an email or file, changes in data from other applications, or user input. Using trigger conditions helps ensure that the flow only runs when needed and doesn’t waste resources by running unnecessarily.
When you create a new flow, you’ll first choose your trigger condition. Depending on which type of connector you use for your trigger condition, there may be additional settings available to further refine what should cause the flow to run. For example, if you want your flow to run whenever someone posts a tweet with certain keywords in it, then you could set up a Twitter connector with those keywords entered into the filter field so that only tweets matching those criteria will trigger the flow.
Once your initial trigger condition has been established, you can also add additional conditions within individual steps of your workflow using “If/Then” logic (also known as “conditional branching”). This allows for more complex workflows where specific actions are taken depending on different inputs or results at various stages in the process.
Jan 9, 2020 — The trigger condition takes the format of an expression, and must evaluate to either true or false. If it evaluates to true then the automation ...
Jan 20, 2020 — Trigger Conditions are found by selecting the menu from the three dots or ellipsis in the upper right-hand corner of the Trigger Card. Once ...