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 The *Execute Macro* action allows you to execute another macro like a subroutine. ​ The sub-macro will be executed, and when it is finished, execution will continue on from after this action. The *Execute Macro* action allows you to execute another macro like a subroutine. ​ The sub-macro will be executed, and when it is finished, execution will continue on from after this action.
  
-You can optionally configure the action to be *Asynchronous*,​ which means the sub-macro will be executed, and the current macro will continue on without waiting so that both macros will be executing at the same time.+You can optionally configure the action to be *Asynchronous*,​ which means the sub-macro will be executed ​as a new execution instance, and the current macro will continue on without waiting so that both macros will be executing at the same time.
  
 You can optionally configure a parameter for the executed macro which will be available via the [[token:​TriggerValue|%TriggerValue%]] token. You can optionally configure a parameter for the executed macro which will be available via the [[token:​TriggerValue|%TriggerValue%]] token.
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