Well, aside from a thread on vars_files I just posted, you can use facts 
that seem to span imports of playbooks.  see the set_facts documentation.

You can also set variables in inventory files

On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 10:35:04 AM UTC-7, Kai Stian Olstad wrote:
> On 09. aug. 2017 22:56, marta.a...@gmail.com <javascript:> wrote: 
> > I have some problem and I can't figure out the answear to it. I'm 
> > relatively new to Ansible so I'm still learning. I have to separate 
> > playbooks and I want to set a variable value in one, and use it in the 
> > other. So for example in playbook 1 I want to start ec2 instance and I 
> want 
> > to safe its instance_id and in the next playbook run some time after 
> that 
> > first I want to delete this instance so I want to get the instance_id 
> value 
> > from the variable. Is this possible, and if so how? If someone knows the 
> > answear please provide some simple example, because I have found some 
> > ideas, but nothing seems to work. And if the first problem could be 
> solved, 
> > would it be possible to save this variable in the first playbook with 
> parameterized 
> > variable name? 
> It's not possible to share variables between playbooks, you can share 
> between play in the same playbook. 
> What you could do is store the values in a file that you read in 
> playbook number two. 
> -- 
> Kai Stian Olstad 

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