Microsoft is planning to roll out a new feature to its Power Automate cloud flow service in the 2023 release wave 2 that enables automations to run for more than 30 days. This feature provides a simplified design time experience allowing the instance of a triggered cloud flow to run for longer than the traditional 30-day limit.
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The under-development feature of Microsoft's Power Automate aims to transform the working of cloud-based automations by extending their running time beyond 30 days. This transition is expected to improve efficiency and simplify the user experience, particularly in businesses with long-running operations. The feature will also eliminate the cumbersome process of dividing automation business logic over multiple cloud flows, making workflow management easier and more streamlined. As a result, users can look forward to enhanced productivity and reduced complications in the design and testing phases.
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