- When setting up a workflow, you can set how long a job will remain on the Typefi Server after completion.
- You can also export, import, and download workflows.
Clean up older jobs ↩
When setting up a workflow, click Cleanup to set how long a job will remain on the Typefi Server after completion. By default, jobs are set to Keep until I delete, but you can choose Delete after __ days to automatically clean up old jobs.
Export a workflow ↩
After creating and configuring a workflow, you may wish to make a backup of it. Click Export to save a Typefi ZIP archive (.tzip) of a workflow to your browser’s default download location. The TZIP file includes a .typefi_workflow file that contains the configuration details of each action. It also includes any input dependencies such as source Microsoft Word documents, Adobe InDesign templates, XSLT transformations, and CSS templates.
Import a workflow ↩
To import a saved workflow, navigate to the folder you want to upload the workflow to, click Add Files, select a TZIP file, and then click Open.
Download a workflow ↩
To download a workflow, select a workflow and click Download. You can choose to download the .typefi_workflow file that contains the configuration details of each action, or the Typefi Style Sheet (TSS) file to use with Typefi Writer in offline mode (see Select a project from a TSS file in Typefi Writer).
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