Cloud Flow Editor

You will find a lot of similarities between the Cloud Flow Editor and the Page Flow Editor.

Main Toolbar

Just like the page flow editor, the cloud flow editor's main toolbar sits near the top and provides the following buttons:

  • Save: Saves your work.

  • Close: Takes you back to the cloud flow tab.


The cloud flow editor's toolbox acts as a selection panel, offering blocks to craft the logic of the cloud flow.

Positioned as a vertical panel, the toolbox showcases an organized assortment of blocks, ready to be dragged and placed into the cloud flow editor's workspace.

Each block symbolizes various programming notions, commands, and operations, which when pieced together, manifest your tailored logic.


The workspace serves as the primary canvas where you construct and organize your flow using various blocks. Displayed as a grid-patterned interface, this is where you visually piece together blocks to outline your intended logic or command sequence.

To integrate a block into your sequence, simply click and drag your chosen block from the toolbox, positioning it onto the workspace. Release the mouse button to set the block in your preferred location.

The blocks can be connected together by attaching them to one another, forming a chain of blocks that represent the desired flow. The connection points on the blocks allow you to snap them together, creating a visual representation of the logical structure.

By dragging blocks from the toolbox into the workspace and arranging them accordingly, you can construct the cloud flow logic, define variables, implement conditional statements, perform calculations, and execute other programming tasks.

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