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picnicfunL
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How to add a condition before existing flow?

How to move existing steps into new condition action without rewrite it: move the switch into "if yes"? 

 

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Pstork1
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You can just grab the switch and drag and drop it inside the Yes condition.  Everything in the switch will come with.  The only problem would be if that exceeds the nesting limit for Flow.  But it doesn't look like it from the screenshot.



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It does not allow me to drag the "the switch", I save the step as clipboard, then add action "my clipboard"

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Pstork1
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You can just grab the switch and drag and drop it inside the Yes condition.  Everything in the switch will come with.  The only problem would be if that exceeds the nesting limit for Flow.  But it doesn't look like it from the screenshot.



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It does not allow me to drag the "the switch", I save the step as clipboard, then add action "my clipboard"

Cut and paste will work also.  But it should allow drag and drop also.  What browser are you using?



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I just needed to do the same thing and it didn't seem to want to work for me. After reading this thread and seeing @Pstork1 affirming the drag-and-drop idea I had, I went back and more slowly and thoroughly moved the mouse around my "no" clause and finally found a rather narrow section that worked as the drop target.

 

So, for those reading this later, be sure to stick to the horizontal center of the box you want to drop in and move slowly up and down that box (but below the "title" of it) until you see your pointer change to indicate it will work.

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