To try out your runbooks while you are creating them, or to execute them as a runbook user, click Run above the right hand panel, as shown below.
Instead of running a runbook outside an activity, you can also create an activity first and then run one or more runbooks as part of that activity.
Depending on how Transposit has been set up, a new Slack channel can automatically be created once an activity is created.
In the Slack channel, you can find the current runbook run or browse and run other runbooks after typing the /transposit command.
Instead of running runbooks manually, you can add triggers so that based on the conditions you set, your runbook will run automatically.
Follow the timeline that is shown to track the progress of your runbook and to provide input as specified by the actions defined in the runbook.
As defined in the runbook: