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Arne Bolen
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Re: [Anveo] Importance of "Do not answer the line"

said by JJ_GTA:

I just don't have room for the hangup. I'm already at 10! Time to upgrade.

Upgrade is a good idea. However, if you want to save flow items you can use extensions.

The limit for the Free subscription plan is 10 items per Call Flow. So by using several Call Flows you may be able to keep it at no more than 10 items per Call Flow.
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said by Arne Bolen:

....However, if you want to save flow items, you can use extensions.

The limit for the Free subscription plan is 10 items per Call Flow.

So by using several Call Flows you may be able to keep it at no more than 10 items per Call Flow.

 
And LINK/NEST the Call Flows ?

I thought Trix wuz fer Kidz ! (Silly Wabbit = Me)


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said by Davesnothere:

And LINK/NEST the Call Flows ?

Very easy. Using extensions is very powerful.
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said by Arne Bolen:

Very easy. Using extensions is very powerful.

 
So it's like using GOSUB or GOTO in Basic ?


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said by Davesnothere:

So it's like using GOSUB or GOTO in Basic ?

Is BASIC still used?
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said by Arne Bolen:

said by Davesnothere:

So it's like using GOSUB or GOTO in BASIC ?

Is BASIC still used?

 
I believe that even COBOL still is, in certain data centres.

(Don't ask me which ones.)