AI Flows are an incredible tool for generating personalized content; however, for them to be executed correctly, you must keep the following in mind:
Check your API rate limits #
Free trials from some AI providers have low limits on the number of times the API can be called per minute/second. If you run several flows in a short period of time, you could reach the limit quickly.
Below you will find some links of interest, regarding this topic:
The other providers do not specify a rate limit in their documentation; however, they may apply it at their discretion.
Test your flow with the cheapest models #
When you are creating a flow, try switching the templates you will use to the provider’s cheapest technology. Once you verify that it works correctly, you can change it to the technology of your choice.
By modifying only the model in the template, the flow does not require any action.
If you modify the number of inputs in your template, you must update your flow #
When modifying the number of inputs in your template, you need to update your flow to use it. If you do not do so, the flow will not be usable.
Monitor the use of your tokens #
It is important to review the use of tokens in the execution of a flow to determine the approximate cost of each use.
Frequently Asked Questions #
Below is a list of frequently asked questions about AI flows.
How do I add a template to the flow?
Simply drag it from the template list into the graphical area. If you are on a mobile device, you can add it from the top menu.
How do I delete a node from the graphical editor?
Select the node and press Delete.
Why does a node appear red and marked as an error?
This situation may occur if you modified the number of inputs in your template after creating the node, if the template was deleted, or if you used a public template that was later changed to private.
Where do I find the content generated by the AI flows?
All the content you generate using AI Flows can be found in the AI History section.