- 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
To learn more about creating workflows, see Creating workflows.
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