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If I'm running and Workflow (async) and a MS Flow (powerAutomate) on the same trigger, Which one will get executed first and what is the process behind it ?
because both are async you don't get the guarantee on which one is executed first.
However my bet would be the classic workflow, being an internal process there is an high chance it will be executed first
There is no guarantee which one will run first and it all depends on the Async service.
In order to be able to manage the order, my suggestion is to use one field and move one field to a state where the second one is executed.
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