Embedding a Flow in a Page
  • Updated on 09 May 2013
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Embedding a Flow in a Page

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A form from a flow can be embedded into a portal page. Essentially, the flow is embedded, however what the user sees is the first form that is found in that flow (assuming one exists). Embedding a flow into a page gives a user quick access to interact with the flow.

In this example, the flow containing forms already exists; this flow is to request an insurance policy.
To embed a flow into apage , create a new page. The new page in this example will contain a button to start a chat, but the main feature of the page is the form for requesting an insurance policy.

In the page Designer, expand Flow . Add the Flow Run Part component to the workspace.
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In the properties for the Flow Run Part , browse to and select the flow in theFlow ID field.
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Save and close the page. Now when the page executes, the first form found in the flow displays.

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