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Workflow Table

A workflow table is used to store retrieved data from a website. It is similar to a spreadsheet. But in the table, every column is a strict data type.

Adding Table Column

Before inserting data into the table, you must define a column for the table.

Open a workflow, and click the table icon () on the top right. Input the name of the column, and click the add button. Next to the column you have added, you can select the column data type.

There're four data types you can select Text, Number, Boolean, Array, and Any.

Workflow table

Insert Data

You can insert data to the table by using blocks that are used for extracting data from a website, such as the Get Text block and Attribute Value block. To insert data using that blocks, click the edit button, enable the "Insert to table" option, and select one of the columns.

Select column

Every time you insert data into the table, the data will get pushed to the end row of the column. For example, when you have filled a table with data like this.


And when the workflow executes a Get Text block. And it inserts the data into the title column. The table would be like this.


Inside the workflow, the table stored an array of objects.

    "name": "Car",
    "price": 4000,
    "urls": [""],
    "available": true
    "name": "Motorcycle",
    "price": 2000,
    "urls": [""],
    "available": false
    "name": "Boat"

Export Table Data

Use the Export Data block to export the table into a file. You can select whether to export the table as "Text", "CSV", or "JSON" file.