Copying and pasting nodes is a very simple action that you can perform in your workflow configuration. By using this feature, you can speed up the configuration process and avoid potential errors.
How to access it
Create a new workflow in “Workflows > Create new workflow” or modify one of your existing workflows by clicking ✏ Edit.
Once inside a workflow, click on a node to select it and access the Copy node and Paste node features from the top right menu.
Copy node and Paste node are two contextual buttons that are displayed from the 'Select' mode button when a node is selected.
The Clipboard has its own area where you can view the copied content and drag it into the workflow or delete nodes that have been copied previously.
How it works
The operation of the Copy node and Paste node actions is based on a very simple system of node selection and, in the case of the clipboard, drag and drop.
1. Copy a node.
Select a node by clicking on it, display the 'Select' mode and click Copy node. You can also copy it using the shortcut Control + C.
2. Copy several nodes.
Click Activate select mode, click on any area of your workflow panel and, without releasing, drag to select the desired nodes.
Once selected, display the 'Select' mode and click Copy node. You can also copy it using the shortcut Control + C.
3. Paste one or more nodes
Select a node, display the 'Select' mode and click Paste node. You can also paste it with the shortcut Control + V or drag it from the Clipboard.
4. Using the Clipboard
In the Clipboard area, click on to display and view the previously copied nodes.
To insert a copied element, click on it and drag it to the desired area of the editing pane.
To delete a copied node or branch in the Clipboard, click (Discard copied node / Discard copied branch).
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