When you've paused a Flow, it's likely you'll need to resume it again at some point. When you resume a paused Flow, the system remembers any recipients still in the Flow. It also remembers if any other recipients entered the Flow while the Flow was paused. This means that potentially, a lot of recipients can start the Flow when you resume it.
The following is applicable to a paused Flow:
|Action||Pause a Flow||Pause a Flow and Kick Recipients|
|Stops the current send out||Yes||Yes|
|Applies to the entire Flow||Yes||Yes|
|Triggered recipients will be added to Flow||Yes||Yes|
|Will remember scheduled executions when resumed||Yes (Target Group is evaluated when resumed)||Yes (Target Group is evaluated when resumed)|
|Applies to Production only||Yes||Yes|
|Flow will continue for saved recipients when resumed||Yes||No|
|Current recipients are still in Flow||Yes||No|
|Subject Line Test will continue when resumed||Yes||No|
Table 1: Information regarding Paused Flows
How to Resume a Flow
- Log in to the Staging Environment.
- Open the Flows module.
- Navigate to your Flow in the folder navigator.
- Click on the Flow once to highlight your Flow in the navigator.
- Click the Pause icon in the 'Flows' toolbar.
- Select 'Resume Flow on Production' from the drop-down.
- A pop-up window will appear
- Click 'OK'.
You have now resumed your Flow on Production.
A paused Flow named 'Subject Line Test' which is ready to be resumed on Production
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