Client Filter node

This condition allows you to define customers who will proceed to the next stage of the journey.

Requirements


  • You must implement the tracking code into your website.
  • You must have customers in your database.

Configuration


  1. Click the pencil icon.
    Result: A pop-up opens.
  2. Click the Choose filter button to select events or customer attributes for the filter. The conditions in the node are built in the same way as building conditions in a segmentation.
  3. If you want to monitor the entries into this step, switch the Track datapoints toggle on. As a result, they will be displayed on the client card as an event (automation.clientPathStep) and you can use these events to create any analysis in the Analytics module.
  4. Confirm your choice by clicking the Apply button.

Example of use


Example of use
Example of a journey that uses the Client Filter condition

The purpose of this automation is to send a mobile push notification with a welcome message informing about access to special offers.

  1. The Client Data Changed trigger node reacts to birthdate changes.
  2. The Client Filter condition node checks if the birthdate change meets the requirements of a segmentation that defines customers as adults.
  3. If customers belong to the segmentation, they proceed to the next stage. A mobile push is sent to them.
  4. When the push is sent, the journey ends.
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