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There may be occasions when the running execution(s) of a workflow has become dangerous.
Some example scenarios are:
An incorrect setting means that data is going to be pulled from the wrong source or pushed to the wrong destination
An incorrect setting means that some data is going to be wiped
A badly-configured loop is running infinitely
Whatever the reason, if you need to immediately stop all executions of a workflow you can do this with the 'Stop all executions' button:
You will be presented with the following warning:
All running executions of the workflow will be stopped once the current step for each execution is completed.
This is not the same as the 'disable' button as it only stops executions that started before the button is pressed.
To stop all past and future executions this functionality would need to be used alongside the disable workflow functionality.