When you click Publish, the flow which you have built and is in your canvas, is automatically translated into an app which can be shared or deployed. The ManyWho Engine also creates a snapshot of the flow, which becomes the default version of your app.
Publishing a flow generates a Flow URL, which you can share with others. If you subsequently edit or update your flow and publish it again, your end-users will automatically access the updated version of the app via the Flow URL.
- Click the Publish icon on the right-hand-side menu.
This opens the Publish Flow dialog box.
- Click Publish. You can optionally enter any comments or notes you may have about the version.
- The Publish Flow panel is updated with the Flow URL.
What is the difference between Run and Publish?
Whenever you run a flow without a Flow Version ID specified, it will use the last published version. You may want to share links that do not contain the Flow Version ID with your end users, so they always have the latest published version of your app.
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