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To guarantee a good performance, SharePoint has a throttling mechanism implemented. More information about this can be read on the following Microsoft docs URL:

Avoid getting throttled or blocked in SharePoint Online

To reduce the chance of throttling, several cloud flows are built with a delay mechanism. This mechanism makes sure that the cloud flow is delayed after a certain number of items are processed. This delay mechanism is configured with the following settings:

SettingDescription
appsdelayThe number of minutes to delay. This setting is used in the cloud flows:
*) PP Booster – Apps
*) PP Booster – Apps to process
appsdelaycountThe number of items to process before a delay is executed. This setting is used in the cloud flows:
*) PP Booster – Apps
*) PP Booster – Apps to process
flowsdelayThe number of minutes to delay. This setting is used in the cloud flows:
*) PP Booster – Flows
*) PP Booster – Flows to process
flowsdelaycountThe number of items to process before a delay is executed. This setting is used in the cloud flows:
*) PP Booster – Flows
*) PP Booster – Flowss to process

Besides this delay mechanism, the API request optimization mechanisms also have positive impact on throttling reduction.