When building your automation you operate with components on the automation flow diagram. Let´s explore how to edit, copy, paste, delete, and skip them.
To edit a component, click on it on the diagram. This opens a settings pane. Each automation component has a name and a unique set of settings for you to configure.
Use copy to replicate an existing component within the same automation flow. To copy a component:
- Hover your mouse over a component and click on the button to open the context menu.
Choose Copy from the list of options.
After copying a component, you can paste it below or above any component in the automation flow (except for places where the copied component is not appliable). To do so, choose Paste Above, or Paste Below option from the context menu.
Deleting a component removes it from the automation flow and cannot be undone. To delete a component select Delete from the component’s context menu.
When you do not want a specific component to remain the part of your automation flow, however you do not want to delete it, you can skip it. In this case automation flow will act as if your component doesn’t exist. To skip a component, choose Skip Component from the context menu. You can unskip it at any point.
You can use the following hotkeys on your keyboard instead of using context menu:
|Ctrl + C
|Ctrl + V
|Ctrl + Alt + V