We can redirect to a custom error page if your flow is embedded as an iframe into your website.

Every flow has an embedded link that you can find in the "Integrate" tab:

There are two main errors that we are able to handle:

404 Errors

To ensure that your flow redirects to an error page in case of any issues, simply add the below code to the end of the link:

&404=[LINK-TO-YOUR-ERROR-PAGE-HERE]

Replace the [LINK-TO-YOUR-ERROR-PAGE-HERE] with the link to your error page.

The whole code should look like the below:

<iframe src="https://my.upflowy.com/go1-examply?mode=standalone&404=[LINK-TO-YOUR-ERROR-PAGE-HERE]"/>

409 Errors

409 errors can be handled in the same way! To ensure that your flow redirects to an error page in case of any issues, simply add the below code to the end of the link:

&409=[LINK-TO-YOUR-ERROR-PAGE-HERE]

Replace the [LINK-TO-YOUR-ERROR-PAGE-HERE] with the link to your error page.

The whole code should look like the below:

<iframe src="https://my.upflowy.com/go1-examply?mode=standalone&409=[LINK-TO-YOUR-ERROR-PAGE-HERE]"/>

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