What are Flow Interviews?

A flow interview begins each time the flow runs. A flow interview is an instance of a flow.

Each interview can follow a different path through the flow and result in different actions depending on the data provided for that interview, either by input variables or input components on a screen.

To see how the interview works, debug your existing flow from the flow builder.

From Flow Builder, click Debug

Click Run.

Review the debug details, first card explains how the interview started ( A user started the flow interview) then it followed the path (actions) in the flow.

If your flow contains various decision-making components, the flow interview will follow a different course based on the information you have provided.

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