Human friendly WordPress Automation
Sends a plain text email using the built in wp_mail() function.
Note. There are a lot of plugins that will override wp_mail and send the email via services like Sendgrid, Postmark etc. Some of these plugins will send all outgoing emails as HTML. This means that email sent using this action might end up as an HTML-email anyway.
Sends an HTML email using the built in wp_mail() function. The look and feel of the email can be controlled via file templates. See sending HTML emails for more information.
Requires WooCommerce. Sends an HTML email using the built in wp_mail() function. The look and feel of the email is controlled via the same file templates that WooCommerce uses. This action is suitable for sending out custom emails from your WooCommerce store with an identical look and feel as the native WooCommerce notifications. See sending HTML emails for more information.
Creates a new post object
Note. There is currently no way to assign categories or tags (terms) to a newly created post with this action. The same is true for custom fields. The recommended solution is to create another workflow that triggers on “Post created” (with relevant filters) and add terms and custom fields in that second workflow.
Will only work with triggers that provide a user object.
Note. This action will set the role to exactly one value, this is the standard WordPress behaviour. However, it’s possible for a user to have more than one role if the additional roles are set via some 3rd party plugin. If your WordPress install relies on users with multiple roles, this action might affect that functionality.
Changes the status on posts, comments or order
Changes the value of a custom field. If the custom field doesn’t exist on the object, a new field is added. Works on posts or users
Add or remove any taxonomy term from a post object
The webhook action sends a http request to a remote API using a set of parameters defined in the action UI. Read more about the webhook action here.
Makes an http request to a remote API with a manually written payload. Read more about the REST API Call action here.
Works on WooCommerce orders. Adds an order note to an existing order.
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