I have a Flow App, which performs a relatively long process, which at the end directs the user to a certain url following the success or failure of the process.
The url reference is made by a single HTML writer at the end of the process.
My problem is that this process can take some time,
And in terms of the user experience, the customers are not aware that the process is running behind the scenes.
I want to make a reference to some kind of loading GIF that will at least show them that something is really moving behind the scenes..
And this is where I need your help.
Because if I write to two HTML writers, it simply downloads the two HTML files for me,
It does not direct me HTML line after HTML, but simply disrupts the process.
Does anyone have a solution?
It doesn't even have to be a reference to the HTML of the loading GIF, just an indication in terms of the user experience that will tell the customer: "Don't worry, a few seconds and you move to the next screen"