It's common to "comment out" lines when you're coding. This allows to you remove a piece of code while being able to easily add it back in.
I'd love to be able to temporarily disable groups of actions (think nested ifs/loops etc) so for example when I'm testing my recipes to get ready to go live, I can disable the block of actions that send out emails to the client if there is a job failure.
Totally agree! It's a major pain having to delete an action or move it to a line after a "Stop" action every time you want to debug stuff. We just need a way to let Workato know the action is not to be processed when the recipe runs. Of course, once we comment out the action, any dependant actions should break when saving or trying to run the recipe.
I workaround this by - creating an conditional action ( 1 does not equal 1) -> under the action , I put in the action I like to be commented , its a silly workaround but it works . however the actions cannot have - incorrect formulas and other missing configurations , else the recipe does not start , however on the broght side the actions are never executed in run-time :-).
Send us a ticket, we will try our best to assist you with your problem