Flow control: go to flow

Use the go to flow node variant to to jump to another flow. In the below example we use this node to jump to the flow that is responsible for taking the callback note when we are closed.

There is only one property required for this node, and that is to be able to select the flow to jump to.

Be aware that changing the name of a flow will not cause all the references to this flow to be automatically adjusted. So when a flow name is changed all the references to it will effectively break.



Redirects you to Node

By default, a flow will fall back to the previous flow once executed. So make sure to finish with the close node if you don't want this behaviour.

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