Microsoft Flow user

Occasional Contributor

About to endeavor on many new work flows however was curious what others working for a large business or IT department use for a user that triggers the work flow. Understanding you can login with your typical day to day username and create one, is it best to create a generic user that is specific to MSFT Flow or does it not matter? Most of the flows I will want to create will start from SharePoint or MSFT Forms that when approved will send an email....etc


Any thoughts on best practices are welcomed. 



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Anything that is required to be there if I leave I use a service account for. Which pretty much anything not directly mine. This was if I leave or I get forced to leave, when your account is shut off you're processes continue to run.