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In Triggre, rules are used in many places, from filtering the data you want to show in a table, looking up data to decisions. In this article, we show you how to make a rule for a decision. The same principles apply to all places you can use rules however.
The most important thing to know about rules, is that they can have different outcomes. When filtering data on a page, the rule has to be a true/false rule, meaning that the outcome for is either true, or false. All records of your data item for which the rule is true, are included, the ones for which the rule is false, are left out.
But there are more options. For a decision you can use a true/false rule too, but also a rule based on a pick list, a text, a date, time span and even a number. When you use a pick list as a rule in a decision, you can choose a path for each value of the pick list for example. And for numbers you can use specific numbers and ranges of numbers in paths.
For now, let’s look at an example of how to make a true/false rule for a decision. We will make a rule, in a decision in a user flow, that indicates whether the current user has the email address email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org:
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