1. Click the Applications tab.
  2. Find the application and click Edit.
  3. Click the Flow Policy tab.
  4. Click Add Flow Policy.
  5. In the Name field, enter a name for the flow policy.
  6. Select PingOne Flow Policy to enable flows in the policy to be launched directly through PingOne.
    This option cannot be changed after the flow policy is created. PingOne flow policies can only include flows and flow versions that have the PingOne Flow setting enabled.
  7. Add one or more flows to the policy:
    1. In the Flows section, select a flow.
    2. In the Version section, select one or more versions of the flow to use.

      The Latest Version option always uses the latest version.

    3. Optional: Repeat steps 7a-b to add additional flows.
  8. Click Create Flow Policy.

    The Edit Your Weight Distribution modal opens.

  9. Add weight distribution and analytics information for each flow and flow version:
    1. In the Distribution field for each flow version, enter or select a distribution weight from 1 to 100.
      When a flow policy with more than one flow is invoked, the flow policy selects a flow to run, using the distribution weight for each flow as the percent chance of its selection. You can use this feature to A/B test flows or flow versions.
    2. Optional: Click Add IP Whitelist, then enter one or more IP addresses in the Whitelist IP field.

      If a request comes from a whitelisted IP address, the weight is ignored, and the specified flow is triggered.

    3. Optional: In the Analytics - Select Success Nodes list, select one or more nodes that, when run, indicate that the flow run was successful.

      This information is used to calculate the flow policy's success rate.

  10. Click Save Flow Policy.
  11. On the General tab, click Apply.