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The Workflow Editor
In the Workflow editor, you can author, view, edit, test, and configure a workflow. See the image of the editor along with the descriptions that are in the table that follows, for details.
Number
Description
1
Returns to the workflow home page.
2
The name of the workflow. Click to update the description of the workflow. You cannot update workflow names after saving the flow.
3
Activates or deactivates a workflow. You cannot execute the workflow if the workflow is deactivated.
4
Executes the workflow. This is useful for testing the workflow when it is created.
5
Saves the workflow.
6
Views the workflow settings. See Workflow Settings for more information.
7
8
The start step of the workflow. Configure this step to add a trigger or webhook to execute the workflow from external systems.
9
The end step of the workflow. Configure this step to optionally return data, when the workflow is executed using a webhook. When the workflow is executed via triggers, no data is returned.
To save and execute a workflow, there must be at least one complete path between the start and end steps.
10
Filters the list by action name or category
11
The list containing connector and its actions to create workflows. Actions are grouped under four tabs across the top: Services, Utility, Devices, and Custom.
12
Actions available for a given connector. You can drag each action from the list onto the canvas.
13
From the current view, zoom in or zoom out, or place the view back in the center.
14
Click to view the Debug Panel. The debug panel displays the results of using the Execute action to create a workflow. For more information, refer to the topic Testing Flow Execution.
15
Click to view a list of the following options:
Note—Displays a list of all the notes that are added to the workflow.
Help topics—Video containing a tour of the topics and the documentation guide.
Keyboard Shortcuts—Displays a list of keyboard shortcuts that are used to edit the workflow.