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When you have an application in which you have made several user flows, you may want to connect one user flow to another. For example, if you have a user flow that allows users to edit a project, you may want to link to that editing functionality from another user flow. This prevents you having to build the same logic twice.
In this article, we will make a link between two user flows, All tasks and My tasks to allow the user to use the same editing functionality for a selected task:
Note that you can only link to other user flows after a page, by using a button. You cannot link to another user flow after a flow part or after a decision.
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