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How to start one Cloud Flow for multiple assets with Split On setting

How to start one Cloud Flow for multiple assets with Split On setting

Power Automate Cloud Flows have many settings which might help you to create better solutions. Learn how to with single toggle change your Flow to work with multiple items at time. Meet the Split On setting and learn how to use it in your work.

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