Workflow provides the
workflow:// URL scheme which can be used to launch Workflow from within other apps and immediately perform a certain task. Currently, the URL scheme allows you to import a workflow or run a workflow.
Downloads a workflow to the My Workflows section and opens it.
In Workflow 1.1 and later, users are prompted before running a workflow imported from other apps. This prompt ensures that arbitrary workflows will not be run without the user’s permission.
Runs a workflow saved in the My Workflows section.
clipboard. When set to
clipboard, the contents of the clipboard is used.
inputis set to
text, this text is used as input to the workflow.
Workflow supports x-callback-url, allowing the calling app to receive a response (a callback) when a particular interaction has completed. You can import and run workflows from an x-callback-url using the same parameters as described above. Here's an example:
Per the x-callback-url standard, the following additional parameters can be provided:
resultis appended to the URL and contains the textual output of the workflow.
errorMessageis appended to the URL and contains a description of the error.
Importing workflows via x-callback-url is supported in Workflow 1.1 and later. To learn more about the
x-callback-url standard, visit this page.
We're working on new ways for your application to integrate with Workflow. In the meantime, if you would like us to add actions for your app, please contact us at email@example.com.