Once you have created a new flow by copying it, of course you want to, you want it to be part of your role center.
So for instance, if I changed my find item to find SKU, I want to deactivate this one and I want the new one in here, and I’ll do so from the mobile flows setup where I made my–
Sorry, the mobile flow list, where I made my find SKU thing.
First of all, I have to check that it’s certified in here, after of course, modifying the flow, I cannot modify it when it’s certified, but normally, if you modify it, you do it in the setup here, we can help you on that one, what do you want the flow to do, etc.
And you can perform all kinds of activity, run list, do execution of all kinds of stuff.
And then you need to check that in the mobile flow groups that it has been copied correctly from the thing that we’re copying it from.
So in this scenario, it will actually display in your warehouse in the menu section bins where the defined item also where, but it’s also if you’re using shop floor production, job time etc, it will occur on all those different flows.
So if you want to remove it from some of the flows, you could take it out from the mobile flow area groups.
So by certifying it here, I would expect now to have both, meaning both my find item and my find SKU in here when I run the mobile flow next to each other, find item, find SKU so of course I need to find my find item, go into the groups in here and deactivate it.
So maybe it’s only for the warehouse, if I delete it, all the other ones.
So it’s only a warehouse thing, I could just deactivate my warehouse flow in here on find item, meaning when I now run the warehouse mobile in here, the find SKU will occur but the final item is deactivated.
But if I run the shop floor right now, it will have both find SKU and find item.
In this way, you can create your own SKU and modify it.