From time to time, it may become necessary to delete a workflow run.
For example, if you created a workflow run in error, if you have a duplicate workflow run, or if you have finished with it and no longer need the data contained within it.
From your Reports area click the name of the workflow run you would like to delete, to open it up.
Next, click “Delete” in the right-hand menu.
A pop-up window appears to make sure you really want to delete this workflow run. Click “Delete” again to finish (or cancel if you’ve changed your mind).
If your workflow run was completed (or archived) you will need to reactivate it to delete it, as shown above.
If you are an admin or have edit permission on a workflow, you can bulk-delete workflow runs from the reports tab.
Head to Reports and hover over the workflow runs you’d like to delete.
Use the checkboxes to multi-select workflow runs or use the select all checkbox at the top.
Select delete and confirm your selection.
To delete all workflow runs, you can delete the workflow. At the time your workflow is deleted all your workflow runs will be deleted at the same time.
If you’d like to continue using this particular workflow, you can make a copy of it and then delete the original that your runs were created from.
If you restore a deleted workflow, then all the deleted workflow runs associated with it will be restored at the same time.
When you delete a workflow run, it is possible to restore it, if you need to refer to it again in the future.
Note that only Admins in your organization can restore deleted workflow runs.