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Summer is almost here and with it new features arrive, allowing you to use the editor in a more advanced way. Want to know what they are?

Autocomplete variables in the form

Now the variable autocomplete menu is also available in forms. Just click on the plus button, select the variable that you want to reference and stop spending time checking the data structure.

Simply remember that, to reference custom variables from a flow, you must previously use a ‘Store state variable’ action to store them.

Import and export scenarios

We have created the entity ‘scenario’, which consists of a form and all the flows connected to it. Now you can make copies of your scenarios to replicate them in a production or staging environment, and keep a copy to revert changes if necessary.

This will allow you to better organize your workspaces and easily manage and share with other accounts the scenarios you have created.

Generate sessions in Stripe Customer Portal

Automatically generate a unique access link for each customer ID, thanks to the new ‘Create customer portal session’ native action.

Allow users to easily access and modify their subscription plan, personal data, invoices, etc. in Stripe by sending them the access link by email.

New functions to do calculations

Use functions to generate random numbers and round figures when referencing variables, plus some mathematical operators to perform simple calculations.

Generate a random number between min and max, both inclusive, with the random(min, max) function, and round figures with the round(num, dec), ceil(num, dec), and floor(num, dec) functions.

The round(num, dec) function will allow you to round num to as many decimals as indicated by dec. When the second argument is issued, it rounds the figure to whole numbers and, when dec is negative, it rounds the whole number. For example, round (4060, -2) => 4100).

You can perform the same operation but rounding it up with the ceil(num, dec) function and floor(num, dec) to round it down. In addition, you can also use the standard mathematical operators.

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