How to set a timeout for Builder actions Blip Help January 23, 2023 15:12 Updated All Builder actions have a (maximum) execution time limit - a timeout. If this time limit is reached, the action is blocked. That is, imagine that your bot has a timeout for actions of 30 seconds and that an HTTP Request type action is performed in Builder. If the system response to this request takes more than 30 seconds, the action will simply be canceled. By default, each action (HTTP, set variable) has a 30-second timeout to be performed, and we also have a global 60-second timeout between one user input and the next input. So each action cannot take more than 30 seconds, and all actions cannot take more than 60 seconds. It is possible to adjust the timeout time of the individual actions to a value between 0 and 60 seconds, for this, access the Builder, click Settings (variable tab) and change the value of the action timeout variable. Important: The value of this variable must be given in seconds and can vary between 0 and 60. For more information, visit the discussion on the subject in our community or the videos on our channel. 😊 Related articles Action: HTTP request Setting up Session Expiration and Timeout Action: Redirect to a service Difference between partial match and exact match How to connect your chatbot on Instagram?