Data triggers are a very powerful concept. If you want a flow to start when something happens to your data, use a data trigger.
There are three different types of data triggers: add, update and delete triggers. They start processes when data is added, updated or deleted respectively.
It is important to note that it doesn’t matter what causes the data change. Whether it is a user flow or automation flow, or even an Excel import, the flow will be started.
To add a data trigger to an automation flow, do the following:
Your automation flow will now start whenever a data item is changed. It will be started separately for each data item. Please take into account that this means that large imports for example, may take a while to fully be processed.