The Break control block is used with loops only. This control block intercepts (breaks) the current loop when it is reached during the flow. If Break is situated inside a nested loop, only the nested loop will be broken, but the outer one will proceed with its action.
You can drag a Break control block and drop it inside a workflow working area, inside a loop, when a green field appears. Doing so makes it a part of that workflow.
The Break control block is best suited to the If control block:
- Enter a condition in the provided field of the If control block;
- Place the Break block under the If block;
- This structure will execute break (jump out of the loop) when the condition in the If control block is satisfied and the Break block is reached (if not – break will not be executed).
To disable the Break Block without deleting it, click on the Disable checkbox.