For a detailed breakdown of workflow features please check out the Workflow Basic guide.

Workflows (automation rules) are developed to automate your standard and monotone tasks. Daily tasks can be complicated to apply an automation rule.

MyLogiwa's add value to your operation by letting you create complicated rules.

To do that you can add multi "if" conditions to specify orders and multi "actions" to apply for orders.

In this article, we explained how you can add multi conditions and multi actions to your rules.

For example:

Trigger: When a shipment order is created

Condition: If the order's channel is "Shopify" and if the order's sales price is bigger than $100

Action: Then send an email to the supervisor and attach a note to the order to specify it's an urgent order.

Add Multiple Condition

When you add the first condition of the rule, adding a second condition is pretty easy.

Click the plus (+) icon next to the condition. Then, continue to select a new condition.

Add Multiple Action

Adding multi action to a rule is the same as adding a multi condition.

Click the plus (+) icon next to the condition. Then, continue to select a new condition.

Next Articles:

1.What is a Workflow ( automation rule)?

2. How does workflow work?

i. Triggers: Initiators of a flow

ii. Conditions: Criteria of a flow

iii. Actions: What will apply to orders

3. Workflow generating (Video)

4. When does automation apply to orders?

5. Email automation (Video)

6. Email automation: Send email action is explained

7. Workflow examples

8. Create a rule with multiple conditions and multiple actions

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