Execution order for multiple workflows in one repo

I wonder what is the order of multiple workflows in one repo. Is it possible to run them in parallel?

They may get run in parallel, yes, but there’s no guarantee. It mostly depends on how full the queue is, assuming you’re not hitting the limits for parallel jobs.

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Hi @dahuokolmostar,

Every workflow needs an event trigger defined in the yaml file, if your operation triggers the event, the workflow will be started, they can be in parallel.
For example, push events in two yaml files on master branch, if you push commit to master branch, both workflows will be started.
But you still need to be aware of the usage limit, specially cocurrent jobs, please refer to the official doc for more details:
https://help.github.com/en/actions/getting-started-with-github-actions/about-github-actions#usage-limits.

Thanks

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