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SunnySchindler
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Flow Editor best practise to move Actions into new Scope via Clipboard ?

I need to to move Actions into Scope .

 

Please correct me if wrong, the only mehod is copy each Action into Clipboard and then paste into Scope. 

 

Since Clipboard has no

  1. Cut and Paste
  2. Multiple Select

For each Action to move into Scope , my steps are 

  1. Copy Action to be moved into Clipboard
  2. Delete Action to be moved (to prevent same name error)
  3. Select Scope 
  4. Add New Action in Scope
  5. Select Clipboard 
  6. Paste Deleted Action

Other than labour intensive, I find last Action (Sendemail_With_Option) cannot be deleted. Can this be caused by above method?

 

Is there a better method?

Thanks Ahead!

 

 

 

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CFernandes
Super User
Super User

Hey @SunnySchindler 

 

You can also copy the code into an editor and perhaps make changes to the actions...

 

For details see - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8G9kO6QLCAc 

 

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