Try scheduled event(Specify the date and time) and call your microflow if you are calling an RESTAPI which returns an object.
In your microflow just set the returntype to Boolean and in the endpoint let the return value always be true as workaround. The widget always expect a boolean even though your microflow not always need that.
Whatever the microflow you configured in Microflow timer widget, it should always return a boolean value (true), incase if it returns false, it will not execute.
You get into a microflow with your ‘Input’ parameter
Then you do an API call
then you do a change object action on your ‘Input’ parameter, and do a refresh in client on that ‘Input’ object
This will refresh the object in the browser with the new values
Your microflow should return true
To configure the microflow timer here is an example:
You must really think about alternatives. Based on the above discussions I understood, you want to make a REST call after a given time period recursively.
This is possible only two ways:
Recursive calling and returning object for further processing, does not work in both options. So, I see that you must change your logic. You must do all the processing what ever you would do with Summary entity within the same MF as you make the REST call. If you think it is duplicate logic, then you must handle this with SUB MF.