You can also set a conditional breakpoint in the code, which is basically telling Visual Studio to pause the flow only when a certain condition is met:
- Right-click on the breakpoint set in the previous steps, and click Conditions:
- This will open a small window over the code to set a condition for the breakpoint. For example, in the following screenshot, a condition is set to when phoneNumber == "9900000700".
So, the breakpoint will only be hit when this condition is met; otherwise, it'll not be hit.