In Ycode, you can build two types of workflows:
Page workflows are specific to a page and element. They have a unique ID that cannot be repeated.
Global workflows let you repeat a workflow and use the same ID on multiple pages and elements. This is useful in many situations, such as:
Having a button redirect to a specific page on multiple pages
Having several forms with the same workflow
While both workflows are created in the same way, the difference is that with page workflow the ID is used once, and with global workflows, you can repeatedly use the same ID.
Now that we have a basic understanding of what are workflows and the different types, let’s talk about how to create them and the different types of events that can be used to create a workflow!
You’re able to find the Workflows tab by going to the left-hand side and selecting the fourth icon.
Here you will be able to start creating your workflows by clicking on either the + sign in front of Page workflows or Global workflows.