End Node

The end node signals the end of the flowchart. When the end node is reached, the application will return to the spot where the current flowchart was started. Usually this means an interaction node that contains a button that started the flowchart or it continues in the previous flowchart.

Most flowcharts will contain 1 end node but it is not required. A flowchart can end in an interaction node with no exits rendering an end node not necessary. A flowchart can also contain multiple end nodes. A flowchart that does not end in an interaction node or a End node will produce an error.


The properties pane of the end node contains only 1 field: the name of the node. The default name is ‘End’. Usually the default name is sufficient but it can be changed if needed. This is especially usefull if multiple end nodes in one flowchart are used.

Multiple end nodes

In the example below 2 End nodes are added to the flowchart. When this flowchart is triggered from an interaction node it doesn't matter which End node is reached. In both scenarios it will return to the interaction node. If this flowchart is used as a sub-flowchart in another flowchart it will have 2 possible exits. 1 called "Save" and 1 called "Cancel"

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