When using many complex loops, or loops using the Loop Forever operation, you may need to forcibly break the loop to continue with the rest of the workflow execution. However, breaking the correct loops is important to ensure that the expected outcome is achieved. When using the Break Loop connector, selecting the correct loop is important. You don’t, for example, want to select loop-3, which might break the main loop, instead of loop-1, which is the one that needs to be broken to allow the rest of the workflow to take place.
In this simplistic example, we have a few loops within the main loop, and one of them will loop forever unless manually broken. If loop-3 is selected instead of loop-1 in the Break Loop connector, then the other actions at the bottom of the workflow will never take place.