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Triggers for logged-in users
A user accepts a friendship request
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
  • Friend ID
  • Friend first name
  • Friend last name
  • Friend email
A user posts activity to their stream
Tokens
  • User
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
  • Activity ID
  • Activity content
  • Activity URL
  • Activity stream URL
A user sends a friendship request
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
  • Friend ID
  • Friend first name
  • Friend last name
  • Friend email
A user updates their avatar
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user updates their profile
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user creates a group
Tokens
  • Group name
  • Group type title
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user is removed from a group
Tokens
  • Group name
  • Group type title
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user is removed from a specific type of group
Tokens
  • Group name
  • Group type title
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user joins a private group
Tokens
  • Private group
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user joins a public group
Tokens
  • Public group
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user leaves a group
Tokens
  • Group
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user leaves a specific type of group
Tokens
  • Group name
  • Group type title
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user makes a post to the activity stream of a group
Tokens
  • Group
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
  • Activity ID
  • Activity content
  • Activity URL
  • Activity stream URL
A user registers with a specific value in a specific field
Tokens
  • Field
  • Text
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user rejects a friendship request
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
  • Friend's avatar URL
  • Friend's profile fields
A user replies to an activity stream message
Tokens
  • User
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
  • Activity ID
  • Activity URL
  • Activity stream URL
  • Activity content
A user requests access to a private group
Tokens
  • Private group
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user requests to join a specific type of group
Tokens
  • Group name
  • Group type title
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user updates their profile with a specific value in a specific field
Tokens
  • Field
  • Text
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user's member type is set to a specific type
Tokens
  • Member type
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user's connection request is accepted
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
A user's topic in a forum receives a reply
Tokens
  • Forum title
  • Forum ID
  • Forum URL
  • Topic title
  • Topic URL
  • Reply URL
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
User's account is activated
Tokens
  • Avatar URL
  • Profile fields
Actions
Add the user to a group
Add a post to the activity stream of a group
Add a post to the sitewide activity stream
Add a post to the user's activity stream
Create a group
Tokens
  • Action fields
  • Group ID
  • Group URL
End friendship with a user
Remove user from a group
Send a friendship request to a user
Send a private message to a specific user
Send a private message to the user
Send all members of a group a notification
Send the user a notification
Set the user's member type to a specific type
Set the user's Xprofile data
Send a private message to a specific user
Unsubscribe the user from a forum
Tokens
  • Forum ID
  • Forum title

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