Using Trigger Conditions in Power Automate

If there are reasons we don’t want to run a flow the most efficient way is to use trigger conditions, this stops the Flow from executing thus saving Flow runs.

Here we use expressions rather than Formulas we use in Power Apps, another script language to learn….

In the following example, the Flow will only run if the FieldName is equal to true.

@equals(triggerBody()?['FieldName'],true)

Using Not.

@not(equals(triggerBody()?['FieldName'],true))

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