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Save a playbook so that Splunk Phantom can access it

You must save a playbook before Splunk Phantom can use it. If the playbook has errors, an error message appears with additional information. You cannot save a playbook until you resolve all errors.

  1. Click Save to begin saving a playbook.
  2. Enter a brief description of the playbook.
  3. (Optional) Click Reuse this comment until the editor is reloaded if you want to use the same description each time you save the playbook.
  4. Click Save to finish saving the playbook.

Create a copy of an existing playbook

You can create a copy of any saved playbook by using the Save As option.

Perform the following tasks to create a copy of an existing playbook:

  1. Click the down arrow next to the Save button and click Save As.
  2. Enter a new name for the playbook.
  3. Select the repository where you want to save the playbook.
  4. (Optional) Enter comments or a description about the playbook.
  5. Click Save.
Last modified on 01 May, 2020
Create and debug playbooks in Splunk Phantom using the visual playbook editor
View or edit playbook settings

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Phantom: 4.8

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