1. Send Emails
You can use WordPress to send your emails by selecting ‘send emails’ under WordPress in action.
Here’s where you can craft your emails:
There are a handful of developer-oriented WordPress Advanced actions as well.
2. Create User
This action lets you create a user in WordPress. When you choose this action, you’ll get the option to specify a couple of things about the user:
2.1 Email: Specify the email of the user – you can use merge tags to personalize it.
2.2 Role: Choose the role of the user. Select from ‘Administrator’, ‘Editor’, ‘Subscriber’, and many more.
You also have the option to set a delay for this action.
Note: If a user already exists in WordPress with the specified email id, then this action will not get executed.
3. Update User Meta
Select this action to update user meta for the user. You’ll have to enter the key and the values of the user that you want to update.
You can enter multiple key and value pairs.
Note: If the entered key doesn’t exist, then a key with that name will get created with the specified value.
4. HTTP Post
This action lets you pass on data to a certain URL, using the HTTP POST request method. You’ll have to enter the keys and values.
You also get the option to specify the header and the values that you want to pass on to the specified URL.
5. Custom Callback
This action lets you execute a piece of code/function at your end when an event gets triggered. You’ll have to specify the callback name.
So, when the event in your automation gets triggered, the function associated with the callback hook will get executed.
This lets you execute any action you want using codes from your end.
For example, when you select the ‘Order Note Added’ event under WooCommerce, you can create a function to append the note added to an order in a Word doc where you’ve maintained a collection of all the order notes.
This action lets you add a message in Logs under WooFunnels. You’ll need to specify the message here.
You can view the message in WooFunnels >> License >> Logs