Before invoking your Flow, make sure you understand the security implications. For more information about the security that’s available when invoking an API endpoint, see Learn more about API Endpoint Flows.

You can invoke your Flow in one of two ways.

  • Exposed as a Webhook
    • Take the URL provided on the API Settings page under “Invoke URL”, and perform a GET/POST on that URL, depending on if you need to pass along data in the body of that request. The URL provided in that text box should already have the client token appended to the URL. If not, pass along the client token as a query parameter.
  • Exposed as a Public Service
    • Take the URL provided on the API Settings page under “Invoke URL”, and perform a GET/POST on that URL, depending on if you need to pass along data in the body of that request. Invoking a Flow at this security level does not require you to pass along any other security measures in the request.

Upon invoking the Flow, you will receive back the final output of your Flow as the response. Additionally, the Flow will run as normal (all side-effects will occur) when invoked.