You can view the launch history of your workflows and check for any errors in your workflow blocks. Also, you can preview the workflows.
To open the workflow launch history:
- Go to Automation → Workflows.
- Click the Statistics icon of the workflow and select one of the items from the dropdown menu:
- In progress
- Launched per 7 days
If you select In progress or Completed from the Statistics dropdown menu, the history window shows two tabs:
- In progress
You can switch between these tabs in this window.
If you select Launched per 7 days, the history window shows all the workflows (in progress and completed) launched during the last 7 days.
To view the details of a particular launch, select the launch in the Launches pane. The blocks triggered for that launch display in the Blocks pane.
If you do not find a launch in the list, scroll down the list in the Launches pane and click the Show more launches button.
or click the period tab and select the required one. The following periods are available:
- last 3 hours
- last 6 hours
- last 12 hours
- 7 days
You can set a time interval covering a specific period.
To see the details of a block, select the block in the Blocks column.
The pane on the right-hand side shows the following information:
- Block name
- Block parameters
- Context parameters
The launch history window marks the workflows and their blocks containing errors with an error icon (a red circle with an exclamation sign inside).
To view details on an error:
- Open the launch history window and select the workflow marked with the Error icon.
- Select the block marked with the Error icon.
The error details are highlighted in red in the block details pane on the right-hand side.
You can view the workflow execution path for a particular workflow launch.
To open the workflow start preview:
- In the launch history window, select a workflow.
- Select the View icon that shows while you are pointing at the workflow.
The Workflow’s launch view window opens in a new tab of your browser.
The execution path for that launch is highlighted in blue.
If the workflow is in progress, you can stop it.
Click the Stop icon that appears when you hover over the instance.
To stop all instances, click Stop all and confirm it.
Updated about 2 months ago