The Continue control block is used with loops only. When it is reached during the flow, Continue skips the current iteration of the loop and continues with the next iteration of the loop. Continue is used to avoid further actions if a specific condition is present.
You can drag a Continue 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 Continue control block is best suited to the If control block:
- Enter a condition in the provided field of the If control block;
- Place the Continue block under the If block;
- This structure will execute continue (skip current iteration and continue with the next iteration of the loop) when the condition in the If control block is satisfied and the Continue block is reached (if not – Continue will not be executed).
To disable the Continue Block without deleting it, click on the Disable checkbox.