You can now add some filters to your workflow. Filters make the workflow continue only when specific conditions are encountered.
If you are creating a workflow from scratch then first you have to add the 'Filter' step to your workflow. If you are creating one of the pre-built workflows templates then you can go directly to point 3.
1. Click on '+'
2. Click on 'Filter' and then on 'Set up your filter'
3. Here you can make use of different filters:
'Is' filter = Use this expression when there is only one condition that should be included in a particular field
'Is Not' filter = Use this expression when you want to exclude multiple conditions within a field
'Contains' filter = Use this expression when the workflow should continue if the value contains certain characters (Note: not capital sensitive)
'Does' not contain' filter = Use this expression when the workflow should not continue if the value does not contain certain characters (Note: not capital sensitive)
4. Click on 'Update filter' when you're done.
Updated 9 days ago