Callable Flows

A Callable Flow is a flow designed to be referenced (called) by another flow. This can be useful for avoiding duplication across multiple flows.

The data available to the flow will be defined by the trigger's input schema. The data will be supplied by the Flow that calls this one.

Make a Flow Callable

To make a flow callable, it must have a Trigger type set to On Demand. Callable flows should also always end with a Stop Flow step. The Stop Step provides data about why the flow stopped.

One you have your trigger setup correctly, and all your flow exit paths end in a Stop Step, follow these steps to make it callable:

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Flow configurations are scoped to the flow they are on. This means that this flow will not have access to the configuration of the flow that calls it. For more information, see Configure a Flow.