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Advocate III

Can I find a flow from the HTTP Request URL

Hi team,


I found that I was building a certain Flow component over and over again, so I made a sub-flow for that, triggered by an HTTP request. That way I didn't have to rebuilt the same process over and over again.


The issue is I now need to make a change to it, and I cannot for the life of me find it. When I built this process I wasn't as diligent about documenting my work nor did I have a standard naming convention and I cannot seem to find this flow at all.


Is it possible for me to find the flow by somehow decoding the HTTP request URL? I really really really don't want to re-create this sub-flow if I can help it as I am afraid that some of my other flows might still be pointing to it without my realizing (again, poor documentation on my part) and I wouldn't want to have parallel processes set up that will give slightly different results. 

Super User
Super User

Hello @RTW 


Unfortunately you cannot use the Request URL to find the Flow.


Have you tried using the Admin center? you can find flows by using the analytics,




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Advocate III
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Thanks for the tip. Looks like I don't have the correct privileges for the admin center. I'll ask our admin and see what they can pull for me.



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