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Run After in Logic Apps

Using the visual designer in Logic Apps, you can specify the Run After property. Let’s say you have multiple branches and an action that should run after one of the branches has succeeded. Note that if one of branches is successfully executed, the other branches are skipped. That’s why you need a run after property stating that the last action in each branch is either succeeded or skipped.

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