- Tagging high-value customers
- Flagging and cancelling high-risk orders
- Sending reordering requests when your inventory levels become low
- Identifying and adding tags to products based on their title or SKU
Workflows are triggered by internal events that run in your store, such as an order being created or a customer being added. Workflows check that certain conditions are met and then run an action. Actions can include changing an object in your store, such as tagging a product or canceling a risky order. An action can also send email and Slack messages, and make HTTP requests.
How to create workflows
To create a workflow you need to select:
- a trigger that will start the workflow
- the conditions that must be met before any actions can run
- the actions that the workflow will complete
Learn more about creating workflows.
How to monitor workflows
When a workflow is triggered, the results of the workflow are logged to the workflow's page. You can monitor the success of your workflows and verify that they are working as expected from this page.
How to find workflows
There are a few different ways that you can find workflows to use in your store:
- Explore our workflow community to see groups of workflows organized by triggers
- View the examples in our documentation
- Visit our blog to learn about interesting use cases
To learn more about sharing workflows, see Importing and exporting workflows.
- Workflow examples
- Create workflows
- Workflow guidelines and best practices.
- Workflow triggers, conditions, and actions
- Sending emails and Slack messages in your workflows
- Ecommerce automation
- Importing and exporting workflows