At the top of the flow canvas are three buttons: Save, Deploy, and Try Flow.

A screen capture of the Save, Deploy, and Try Flow buttons on the flow canvas.

Save saves all changes to the flow and creates a new version in the version list. Deploy deploys the current version of the flow. Try Flow launches a test run of the flow.

When you're developing a flow, use these options regularly. Save the current version of the flow, deploy it, and then try it to make sure it’s behaving the way you expect.

If you encounter a new issue with your flow, you can revert to a previous version to prevent the issue and try to diagnose it. Click > Flow Versions, select the earlier version in the list, and click Revert.

You can also disable one or more nodes as part of your troubleshooting. Select and right-click the nodes, then click Disable. This prevents the disabled nodes from being activated during an execution of the flow.

If you want to make a modified version of a flow or use one flow as a basis for a new flow, you can clone or export an existing flow. Cloning a flow creates an identical but distinct copy of the flow with a timestamp of when it was cloned. To clone a flow, locate the flow and click > Clone.

A screen capture of the Clone option for an existing flow in the main flow display.

To export a flow, open the flow, then click > Download Flow JSON. When you create a new flow, you can choose to import the saved JSON file as a starting point, even in a different environment.

A screen capture of the Download Flow JSON option for a flow.