Release notes 2017-11-14

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Release notes 2017-11-14

Repeat actions

With repeat actions you can make a part of a flow part repeat multiple times. Inside the repeat action you can use other actions, such as add or edit data, send an email and even use decisions.

Repeat actions therefore allow you to create more powerful processes. Good uses for repeat actions are changing all products belonging to a certain user, or sending an email for all items that have a certain status.

Even more powerful processes are possible, such as algorithms that make decisions based on larger numbers of data items. An example would be to determine which users have bought a certain product twice, as well as another product. Repeat actions will help you easily build such processes.


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