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Comparison Conditions

The comparison condition allows you to compare:

  • Number of times a trigger has fired
  • Two values
  • Membership of a group

Checking the number of times a trigger has fired

To check the number of times a trigger has fired, select Trigger from the first drop-down, the trigger you wish to check and then in the final drop-down either:

  • Times fired total – total number of times this trigger has fired
  • Times fired for Audience member – number of times this trigger has fired for the person triggering this comparison

 

Comparing Two Values

When working with Attributes, Attributes can be compared to other Attributes or to a “static value” (e.g. the value doesn’t change). Use the first drop-down to select the entity type and then the second and third to select the Attribute.

Checking Membership of a Group

In the first drop-down you must select Audience. The second drop-down will allow you to select Sender or 3rd Party. You can then use IS MEMBER OF or IS NOT A MEMBER OF to test membership of a group.

 

 

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