Automation Workflows

To set up an email automation workflow, follow these steps:

1. Click on the "Automation" tab or button. This will take you to the automation page where you can create and manage different automation workflows.

2. On the automation page, you will find various options for creating workflows. Here are some examples:

a. "Start from scratch": This option allows you to create custom workflows from scratch. You can design the entire automation journey according to your specific needs and goals.

b. "Email outreach": This option provides pre-built automation journeys that are specifically designed for engaging customers through email. You can choose from these pre-built templates and customize them to suit your requirements.

c. "Software industry automation flows": This option offers automation templates that are tailored for the software industry. These workflows are designed to help you engage with your target audience and build a successful business. They can also help you increase your conversion rate on new customers.

d. "Ecommerce automation flows": If you have an ecommerce store, this option is perfect for you. These automation flows are designed to boost your sales and win back lost customers. They can help you increase customer engagement, improve customer retention, and drive more revenue for your online store.

e. "Webhook automation flows": This option allows you to send your contact data to Gozen Automation through a webhook call. This can be useful if you want to integrate your existing systems or applications with Gozen Automation for seamless data transfer and automation.

To Create A Automation Workflow

Choose the option that best suits your needs and click on it to start setting up your email automation workflow.

1. Go to the automation workflow creation page.

2. Start by selecting the trigger options that will initiate the workflow. Click on "Set up workflow trigger" and choose the desired trigger.

3. Once you have selected the trigger, proceed to choose the action you want the workflow to perform. This can include sending an email campaign to a specific contact or audience, assigning or removing contacts from an email list, or sending a web push notification.

4. After selecting the action, you can set a message delay time if needed. This allows you to control when the action will be executed after the trigger event occurs.

5. If you want to add conditional splits to your workflow, you can do so based on specific conditions. This allows you to customize the workflow based on different scenarios.

6. Once you have configured the workflow according to your requirements, click on "Publish" to make the automation flow live and active.

By following these steps, you can create an automation workflow that will automatically perform actions based on the triggers and conditions you have set.

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