Execute entire DAG using Airflow UI

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I have started using airflow and I have a DAG with 3 tasks. Currently I am using Celery Executor as I need the flexibility to run an individual task. It will be manual trigger. Is there any way to execute the entire workflow using the Airflow UI?

How do I get this done?
May 21 in Python by ana1504.k
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In Airflow 1.8 and higher there is a button for each dag on the dashboard that looks like a play button.

In older versions of Airflow, you can use the dialog found at:

Browse -> Dag Runs -> Create

Either one should kick off a dag from the UI.
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