Schedule Trigger

Whether you need to automate repetitive tasks daily, weekly, or monthly, Trigger has you covered. Simply specify the exact hour, day of the week, or day of the month you want your flow to start. You also have the flexibility to include or exclude weekends based on your specific needs.

How Does the Schedule Work?

When you choose the Webhook trigger in Flow, FLow will define an endpoint URL where the HTTP request should be sent. This URL acts as the entry point for triggering your workflow. Once a request is received at the specified endpoint, Flow will execute the steps defined in your workflow, enabling you to automate processes based on external events or actions. 

Setting Up the Schedule Trigger

To set up the Schedule trigger in Flow, follow these steps: 

Create a Workflow

Select the Schedule Trigger:

In the Flow editor, click on the "Add Trigger" button and choose the "Shecdule" option from the available trigger types. 

Configure the Schedule Trigger:

Setting Up the Schedule: When you create Flow, you can choose the "Schedule" trigger as the starting point. So that you know, you'll be prompted to define the frequency and timing for when you want the workflow to run.

Types of Scheduler

At Interval

Define Steps:

After setting up the Webhook trigger, you can proceed to define the actions you want to be executed when the trigger is activated. These actions can include data transformations, app integrations, notifications, or any other desired tasks. 

Save and Activate:

Once you've configured the actions, save your workflow and activate it to start automating your tasks based on the Webhook trigger.