Power Automate and Flow Connector limits

In yesterday’s post I mentioned that I was hitting the limit of 600 API calls per minute for the SharePoint connector. Limits in your flows and Power AutomateThis limit is a limit that is different for each connector. These connectors are available within Flow, PowerApps and Logic Apps or in any of these 3 applications. After a bit of investigation work I found that each connector has a different limit. During the design of your flow systems this might be important to keep in the back your mind. Just to give you an example, the notification connector will only work 5 times during each period of 5 minutes. Did you ever miss any notification? Now you might know why.

It is not just the API call limit that is important. The trigger poll frequency also different for each connector. Did you know that the frequency of the triggers in the Microsoft forms trigger is only once a day!

To complete the overview of both the API call limit and the Trigger poll frequency I’ve built the table below.

 

ConnectorAPI limit (calls per connecttion per minute)Trigger  poll frequency
10to8 Appointment Scheduling100
Act!301 per 120 seconds
Adobe Creative Cloud100
Adobe Sign100
Amazon Redshift300
Apache Impala100
Appfigures1001 per hour
Approvals2000 per 5 minutes
AS23000
Asana301 per 15 seconds
AtBot Admin100
AtBot Logic100
AWeber100
Azure AD100
Azure Application Insights1200
Azure Automation12001 per 15 seconds
Azure Blob Storage600
Azure Container Instance100
Azure Cosmos DB6000
Azure Data Factory100
Azure Data Lake36001 per 15 seconds
Azure Event Grid100
Azure Event Grid Publish1200
Azure File Storage600
Azure IoT Central100
Azure Kusto100
Azure Log Analytics100
Azure Log Analytics Data Collector1200
Azure Queues12001 per 60 seconds
Azure Resource Manager12001 per 15 seconds
Azure SQL Data Warehouse1800
Azure Table Storage1200
AzureML100
Basecamp 21001 per 2 minutes
Basecamp 3301 per 15 seconds
Benchmark Email1001 per 2 minutes
Bing Maps1200
Bing Search12001 per 15 minutes
Bitbucket1001 per 30 seconds
Bitly301 per minute
BizTalk Server3000
Blogger51 per hour
Box100
bttn100
Buffer1001 per 2 minutes
Calendly100
Campfire1 per 15 seconds
Capsule CRM1001 per 2 minutes
Chatter1001 per 15 seconds
Cloud Connect Studio100
Cognito Forms100
Common Data Service
Common Data Service1000
Common Data Service (experimental)
Computer Vision API1200
Content Conversion600
Content Moderator1200
Custom Vision1200
D&B Optimizer100
DB2100
Derdack SIGNL4100
Disqus1001 per 60 seconds
DocFusion365 – SP100
Docparser100
DocuSign1001 per 2 minutes
Dropbox100
Dynamic Signal100
Dynamics 3651000
Dynamics 365 for Operations200
Dynamics NAV100
Easy Redmine1001 per 15 seconds
EDIFACT1800
Elastic Forms100
ElasticOCR100
Enadoc100
Event Hubs6000
Eventbrite1001 per 2 minutes
Excel100
Excel Online (Business)100
Excel Online (OneDrive)100
Face API1200
Facebook50 per 300 seconds1 per 120 seconds
File System100
Flic100
Flow management100
FlowForma100
FreshBooks1001 per minute
Freshdesk1001 per 15 seconds
Freshservice1001 per 2 minutes
FTP900
GitHub1001 per 15 seconds
Gmail60
Google Calendar1001 per 90 seconds
Google Contacts1001 per 2 minutes
Google Drive100
Google Sheets100 per 5 minutes
Google Tasks301 per minute
GoToMeeting1 per 2 minutes
GoToTraining1001 per 2 minutes
GoToWebinar1001 per 2 minutes
Harvest1001 per minute
HelloSign1001 per minute
HipChat1001 per minute
HTTP with Azure AD100
iAuditor100
Infobip100
Informix100
Infusionsoft100
Inoreader100
Insightly301 per 5 minutes
Instagram1001 per 15 seconds
Instapaper30
Intercom1001 per 2 minutes
JIRA1001 per minute
JotForm100
kintone100
LeanKit1001 per 2 minutes
LinkedIn100
LiveChat100
LUIS1200
Mail
MailChimp100
MailParser100
Mandrill1200
Marketing Content Hub100
Marketo300
Medium1001 per 2 minutes
Metatask100
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central100
Microsoft Forms1001 per day
Microsoft Kaizala
Microsoft StaffHub100
Microsoft Teams100
Microsoft To-Do (Business)100
Microsoft Translator100
MQ100
MSN Weather81 per minute
Muhimbi PDF100
MySQL300
Nexmo100
Notifications5 per 5 minutes
Office 365 Groups1001 per 2 minutes
Office 365 Outlook900
Office 365 Users300
Office 365 Video100
OneDrive100
OneDrive for Business100
OneNote (Business)1001 per 10 seconds
Oracle Database300
Outlook Customer Manager100
Outlook Tasks1001 per 15 seconds
Outlook.com600
PagerDuty301 per 30 seconds
Parserr100
Paylocity100
Pinterest100
Pipedrive1001 per 2 minutes
Pitney Bowes Data Validation100
Pitney Bowes Tax Calculator100
Pivotal Tracker1001 per 2 minutes
Planner1001 per minute
Plivo100
Plumsail Documents1200
Plumsail Forms100
Plumsail SP100
PoliteMail1001 per 2 minutes
PostgreSQL300
Power BI100
PowerApps Notification
Project Online1001 per 60 seconds
QnA Maker1200
Redmine1001 per 15 seconds
RSS100
Salesforce900
SAP Application Server2000
SAP Message Server2000
SendGrid1200
Service Bus6000
ServiceNow600
SFTP100
SharePoint600
Skype for Business60
Slack1001 per 2 minutes
Smartsheet1 per 15 seconds
SMTP100
SparkPost301 per 15 seconds
SQL Server800 per 10 seconds
Stripe1001 per 2 minutes
Survey123100
SurveyMonkey51 per minute
Tago100
Teamwork Projects1001 per second
Teradata300
Text Analytics1200
Todoist301 per 15 seconds
Toodledo1001 per 2 minutes
Trello1 per 15 seconds
Twilio1200
Twitter1 per minute
Typeform1001 per 15 seconds
UserVoice600
Video Indexer (V2)100
Vimeo25 per 90 seconds1 per minute
Visual Studio Team Services30
WebMerge100
WordPress501 per 15 seconds
Workday HCM
Wunderlist5001 per 15 seconds
X121800
Yammer1001 per 15 seconds
YouTube1 per 15 minutes
Zendesk100

8 thoughts on “Power Automate and Flow Connector limits

  1. Does all these connectors use polling mechanism? Specifically for SharePoint, does sharepoint trigger polls for changes in SharePoint list?

  2. Hi Pieter, I was wondering where I could find the latest info on the ‘trigger poll frequency’, specifically for the ‘File system’ connector? Also, is there any way for the Flow ‘creator’ the reduce the polling frequency and thus potentially reduce the load on the File servers? Hope things are well. Many thanks, Geraint

  3. Hi Pieter,

    I’m trying to understand “API call per connection” Is it based on per user? I’m using the Mail connector which is 100 calls in a 24 hour period. If I have 200 users using a Power App that submits a notification email through a Flow, does that count as 200 calls combined or is a connection associated with each user so each user has 100 API calls within the 24 hour period.

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