Workflow FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Visual Workflows. Included in this FAQ: Goals Workflow Best Practices

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Exits

Workflows allow you to perform a vast array of steps for your subscribers. Occasionally, you’ll need to remove subscribers from Workflows. Exits allow you to do this easily.

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Forks

Forks allow you to run multiple paths concurrently in Workflow. When you use a Fork, you are running two or more streams of actions at the same time, rather than waiting for a subscriber to complete a step before moving on to the next action in your Workflow.

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Delays

Delays allow you to wait minutes, hours or days before performing a step in a Workflow, pausing all actions in a path for a certain amount of time.

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Triggers

In workflows, triggers serve two purposes. First, entry triggers determine which subscribers should start a new workflow, and when this should happen. Second, goal triggers govern when and how subscribers achieve goals in a workflow.

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Decisions

Decisions allow you to intelligently determine which of your subscribers you want to apply actions to.

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Goals

A goal is a step in a Workflow that, when completed, pulls subscribers out of all prior steps in the Workflow.

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Building a Workflow

Workflows make it easy for you to map and build your marketing funnels in Drip. These step-by-step instructions will show you how to create a Workflow.

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