Learn how to use operators in your workflows.
In Actioner, an operator is a fundamental component that allows you to manipulate and control the flow of actions within your workflows. Operators serve as connectors between different actions and provide additional functionality to your automation processes. They enable you to create dynamic and adaptive workflows by incorporating conditional logic, looping, branching and delay capabilities.
The condition operator enables your workflow to take different paths based on specific conditions being met. You can define conditional statements to evaluate data or variables, and the workflow will follow different routes based on the evaluation results. This allows for dynamic and adaptive workflow behavior.
The branch operator allows for the repetition of a set of actions until a specific condition is met or until there is no more data to process. It enables looping and branching within your workflow, allowing for iterative processing and decision-making based on intermediate results.
The loop operator enables you to define multiple paths through a workflow based on different conditions or criteria. It provides a way to repeat a set of actions or steps within the workflow, allowing for iterative processing and the ability to handle varying data or scenarios efficiently.
The delay operator is a mechanism that introduces a pause or wait period within a workflow. It allows for the deliberate introduction of a time delay between actions or steps, providing control over the timing and sequencing of operations.