Cool. Glad it worked.
It very well could be an issue with one of your api calls. Maybe an API did an update. That could break a workflow. Once you have isolated which step causes the issue, then you can contact the API support and see if anything has changed or something.
You can keep adding each step back one by one until the error happens again to isolate it. It might show up in a step-by-step potentially too. Either way should work.
If you put these workflows on the backend, this will help to not have these issues in the future. The users won’t be affected if the call is done on the backend workflow.
Glad you got it working at least!
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