Schedule – Recurrence trigger inside Microsoft Flow makes it extremely easy and effective to write a recurring job specially in the context of Dynamics 365, wherein it isn’t straight forward. We can use Workflows with wait and timeout conditions but that isn’t the easiest and efficient way. Each approach has its own pros and cons though.
The scenario we are going to implement is getting basic details of all the leads record created every hour inside Dynamics 365 CE and create a Task…
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