When you have created some user flows using the wizard you are ready to create a user flow from scratch. User flows that you build from scratch can cover a very wide variety of use cases, from a simple form that stores some data to complete booking wizards for digital events for example. The basics however, are always the same.
The user flow is like a process that the user can follow. In every step you add, you can use all data that is available at that point in the user flow. For example, if you have added a flow part that has as an output the number of tasks of a user, you can use this number in any step after that. This means you can use it in decisions, as inputs for flow parts you add or on pages to display or even to filter data that is shown!
Each path in a user flow has to end on a page. If you leave a path open, Triggre will indicate that you have an inconsistency in your design by showing a red indicator.