When we create a Flow to be triggered from a Button, the only way we used to have to test he Flow was triggering the Flow from the smartphone. Now we have the chance to trigger this type of flow directly from the Management Console of Flows. Let’s start with a Flow definition.
In the Flow details we can see the option “Run Now” in the Top Right menu.
This option will trigger the Flow as it was triggered from a Smartphone. If we press the button, we will be required to allow the browser to use our location. This makes sense because location is one of the information shared from a Flow when its triggered from a Smartphone.
Next step will show the data entry form with the defined text fields for the Button.
And we can see the step by step flow process.
If we expand the the Input section we can also see how the location was correctly defined from the browser information.
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