To start a flow manually, you need to use the ‘Webhook URL’ trigger in your flow. Once the flow is saved with this trigger, the flow gives you a URL, which, when executed, fires off the given flow immediately.
You can use the ‘Logger’ action in your flow to get the output of your flow. If ‘Logger’ is used, the flow gives the output in the ‘View Logs’ section that appears above the 'Console Logs' section.
You can post data to webhook URL by making a POST call, and use this data in any actions of yur flow. Leanr how to do this.
When you download any file using Google Drive, Dropbox or other such activities, it is saved temporarily in the Built.io Flow engine local storage. In order to read/access this file, you need to use other online file storage applications where this file can be uploaded.
The value of any custom fields available in an output can be retrieved by using an extension along with the 'Output' property in the next action.
Once you create and save a flow in your Built.io Flow Express acount, you can easyily share this flow with other users. Read the step-by-step guide to learn how to share flow with other users.
You can use the output of an action/trigger as an input of the subsequent actions of your flow. Read our detailed tutorial on how to achieve this in your flows.
Built.io Flow Express allows you to set conditions between an action and a trigger, or between two actions. To do this, you need to use ‘Filters’ in your flow. Using this functionality, you can define one ore more custom conditions between two actions. The flow will proceed to the next action only if the specified condition is met.
Parameters are used to bind a particular key with a value. It allows you to add key-value pairs for your flow.
The 'Library' section houses several pre-configured, ready-to-use flows, which you can import and start using in a matter of minutes.
A flow is a connection between two or more services or web applications