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Hi,

 

With a very large workflow, it would be nice to be able to search the keywords and have it scroll to the one that matches. I have a workflow for shortcuts to websites that has over 50 keywords. Finding one in the entire list is vey hard. If next to the debug icon there was a search box that would allow searching for keywords would be nice.

 

Also, if those icons at the top would stay in place while scrolling would be nice too!

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Hi,

 

With a very large workflow, it would be nice to be able to search the keywords and have it scroll to the one that matches. I have a workflow for shortcuts to websites that has over 50 keywords. Finding one in the entire list is vey hard. If next to the debug icon there was a search box that would allow searching for keywords would be nice.

 

Also, if those icons at the top would stay in place while scrolling would be nice too!

 

If all the workflow is doing is launching sites, why not use the built-in Web Searches instead? Those are searchable and are a nice tabled list to scroll through.

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That does not work for hotkey workflows that open specific sites. All of the locations that I map this way are behind a login, something that search engine can not find! Editing a single block is fast than pulling up the code for the Script Filter to find the one address to change. Some of these change quite often (dev addresses) and the block structure does make it easier.

 

The Evernote workflow would also benefit from a feature like this. You have quite a large list of blocks that you have to sort through to get to a particular block to make an edit. Not all workflows can be compressed to a one page list of blocks, unless you allowed for scaling of everything. Then you could zoom out, find your location, and zoom in. But even that would be limited as words would be unreadable zoomed out.

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