Re-running successful workflows without pushing an empty commit

Currently, it’s possible to re-run a workflow only if it fails, it would be nice to be able to re-run a workflow without having to push an empty commit (which is our current workaround).

Having more fine grained control over how a workflow and jobs runs would be great in general. e.g. sometimes I want to be able re-run a single job instead of the entire workflow.

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Hi @billyvg ,

Thank you for reaching this out!

I notice Github Stuff has replied in some similar tickets, please kindly check:

https://github.community/t5/GitHub-Actions/Manually-restart-actions-and-entire-workflows/td-p/31875#

https://github.community/t5/GitHub-Actions/re-run-jobs/td-p/30476

All of these should be on backlog to add. According to the policy, it’s recommended to raise a feature_request ticket in link here where Github developing team will take a review, and help to raise the priority of the features.

Thanks.