WordPress Automation for Humans

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What is a workflow?

wunderautomation explained

What users say

Time saver!
Time saver!

The automations we have in place using this plugin aren’t just time savers. They are the whole reason we can keep growing. We handle RFQ’s, complex order tracking and bookkeeping tasks using WunderAutomation.

Fredrik Salen – Founder Toddtimber.com


Serving both end users and retailers. We and our customers appreciate getting delivery tracking info via both SMS and emai depending on customer type. I love that I can control both rules and the content myself. Flexible!

Helene De Potocki – Aquis.se

Editing workflows is easy

Step 1 – Selecting a trigger

All workflows is started by a trigger. The built in triggers lets you start workflows in when users, posts, WooCommerce orders are updated or edited. Out of the box, WunderAutomation comes with 40 different triggers including advanced stuff like webhooks. If needed, You can add more with one of our add-ons.

Step 2 – Adding filters

Make your workflows smarter by adding conditional logic, we call them filters and they can be combined with AND/OR. There are over 60 different filters built in. In this animation, we’re adding a filter requiring that the WooCommerce customer must have at least 5 completed orders in our store.

Step 3 – Add some actions

The last step is to add actions. In this animation we’re using the premium MailChimp add-on to tag the MailChimp contact as a “big_spender”. WunderAutomation comes with over 20 actions built in. More can be added via add-ons


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