Here's a brain teaser: What do plants and Auto-moderation rules have in common? 🤔
They both know how to branch out and cover a lot of ground!🌿
With up to 6 different triggers in a single rule, each with their own actions, you can manage everything from various item to language-based inquiries. Let's dive in!
Branched Rules: Examples
🎯 Ever tried hitting multiple targets with a single arrow? Sounds impossible, right? Except it's not!
💡 But remember, these are just examples. Your business needs are unique, and we're confident you've got some amazing ideas for branched Auto-moderation rules.
Need to know
☝️ Here's a quick checklist of what you need to know about branched Auto-moderation rules. Some points link to articles with more detailed explanations.
Set up branched rules
Now that you're clued up on how they're useful for multi-scenario contexts and the requirements, it's time to set up your branched rules! Here's how:
First up, create a new Auto-moderation rule or tweak an existing one
As you're shaping your rule, you'll define your first trigger and actions:
💁♂️ Remember, each rule and branch needs at least one social media action, but NapoleonCat actions are totally optional!
Next, hit that plus button next to the first trigger:
Bam! You can add up to 5 more triggers and actions for them:
You can leave the notification and schedule blocks blank, or fill them in. You're in the driver's seat. Just toggle these on or off:
When you're ready, hit "Save&Run" or "Save draft" to run the rule later, in the top right-hand corner:
Bravo! You've just created a rule that's more on top of things than a social media manager with three screens and a caffeine buzz. 🖥️☕
👏🏽 You're about to take your customer interaction to a new level with branched rules. We can't wait to see your social media community flourish!