So far, we learned how to build processes using Microsoft Flow. Before Flow was included in the Microsoft 365 suite, workflows were designed using SharePoint Designer. SharePoint Designer is a free executable that helps you modify sites and web pages and create workflows with SharePoint. You can download it from https://m365book.page.link/sp-designer. Microsoft has not released any new versions of SharePoint Designer after SharePoint Designer 2013, but you can still use it to build legacy SharePoint workflows on SharePoint Online.
SharePoint workflows can be attached to a site, a list, or a specific content type.
To build a workflow, open a SharePoint site using SharePoint Designer:
Click on WORKFLOWS on the left to see all the SharePoint workflows that have been deployed on the site. From here, you can choose the type of workflow and the workflow designer will load up: