Create your first cron job.



Utilizing the same drag and drop interface as the API Builder Fastgen enables you to quickly create, test and deploy scheduled and repeating jobs.

It’s important to note that created workflows do not necessarily run sequentially; instead, they can execute concurrently, especially if triggered in close proximity. This is true for Event-, Time- as well as Email-based Workflows.

Let’s build a cron job



Navigate to Workflows on the left side bar, click Add workflow and choose Time.

The lets you specify a name and description. The toggle lets you activate and deactivate the workflow. If a workflow is not toggled as active, it won’t execute.

When creating a new workflow, it will be toggled as active per default. However, you need to deploy your workflow at least once for it to be live and executing.

As for the time condition, you are able to specify any time interval or specific date for your workflow to be executing.



Similarly to the API Builder, you are able to use the Debug Mode to directly test and debug your workflow.



Deploy your cron job with one click and the workflows will instantly be live and hosted.

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