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Status Started
Categories Workflow Designer
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 12, 2021

Rename Workflow Name

Would be great to have the ability to rename an existing workflow without creating a copy of it and having to delete the original workflow etc. Thanks.
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    Kate Huynh
    Feb 20, 2024

    Hi all,

    Thank you for your votes and input into this idea. This feature is well underway, and planned for release in the next release end Feb/early March.

    This feature is strictly for Publishing workflows only, so you will be able to publish as new, publish over existing, and publish and rename.

    Draft workflows are out of this scope.

    I'll endeavour to update this ticket as we progress, but I would recommend referring to release notes and our in product What's new, which will be updated immediately.



  • Michele Dudzic
    Feb 8, 2024

    Another issue we noted is when you use "save as" to rename your workflow (which creates a separate copy) you lose all your version history.

  • Brandi Woodson
    Mar 6, 2023

    We were advised this was "planned", can someone confirm and if so, when is the ETA for this release?


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