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You can add Interface tools such as Text Boxes. These would show up in the area that is normally the configuration tool for regular tools. If you can provide some more detail I can try to put together an example.
You'll want to add a Text Box Interface Tool which connects to that formula tool, replacing whatever string you have in place of the URL right now. When you place this, your workflow may have converted to an Analytic App, but you can turn it back into a batch macro by going to the Workflow Configuration pane (which you can access by clicking on a blank spot of the canvas, away from any tools a few times), navigate to the Workflow tab and select Macro from the radio button menu, and Batch Macro from the dropdown next to it.
You could then update that URL as if it were a configuration setting whenever you place this batch macro in another workflow.
Just running the workflow won't change the text, as it doesn't ask the Interface Questions. If you want to get an idea of what will happen, you can add a browse tool to the end and enable it to show On Completion in the Interface Designer (accessible by Ctrl+Alt+D). If you try this, as in the workflow I've attached, and run it using the wand icon in the top toolbar in Designer, it will run as an App, and ask the questions.
The version you sent without any changes seems to update the test text when you do this.
That looks to me like there's an issue in the download tool, perhaps there is an issue with the updating of the URL field. try with the test workflow and an actual URL you want to use to see what it outputs, then copy/paste that into a Text Input that you pass to a download tool and see if it works. I think the D output is failing because by default a batch macro is going to expect all outputs to have the same schema, as it unions together all of the batches at the end, just operates on them separately. You can go to the Interface Designer and change the "Output Mode" to "Auto Configure by Name" which should give you an output you'll be able to split into the different templates you're creating.
Since I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to parse and what you've passed to those tools, its a little difficult to debug it, but those would be my immediate suspects.