Is there a way to make a stage run regardless of previous success?

One of the steps in my build process is to run automated load and UI/Selenium tests to verify everything's working. I'm doing this by spinning up a new cloud environment and spinning it down once the tests are complete. However, if tests fail, the stage to spin down the environment doesn't run.

Is there a way to configure my build so that it ALWAYS runs the spin-down scripts regardless of previous success/failure?

To give you an idea of what this looks like:

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I think you should simply consolidate 3 last stages/jobs into one stage/job. In a job you can mark a task as a finalizing and it will always be executed.

Thanks, I'll give this a shot. it'd be nice to be able to do this on a stage level, as I am going to be adding in load tests into that, which can be run in parallel with the UI tests. With your suggestion I'd be unable to do this.

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