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Triggers for logged-in users
A specific role is added to the user
Tokens
  • Role
A user logs in to the site
Tokens
  • Number of times
A user publishes a type of post with a taxonomy term in a taxonomy
Tokens
  • Post type
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Post featured image URL
  • Post featured image ID
  • Taxonomy term
A user submits a comment on a post
Tokens
  • Number of times
  • Post type
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
  • Comment
  • Comment date
  • Commenter email
  • Commenter name
  • Commenter status
  • Post's author name
  • Post's author email
A user views a custom post type
Tokens
  • Number of times
  • Post type
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
A user views a page
Tokens
  • Page title
  • Page ID
  • Page URL
  • Page excerpt
  • Page featured image ID
  • Page featured image URL
  • Number of times
A user views a post
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
  • Number of times
A user's role changes to a specific role
Tokens
  • Role
A user's post receives a comment
Tokens
  • Post type
  • Post title
  • Post excerpt
  • Post author
  • Comment
  • Comment date
  • Commenter email
  • Commenter name
  • Commenter status
A post is moved to the trash
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Author first name
  • Author last name
  • Author display name
  • Author email
A specific role is removed from the user
Tokens
  • Role
A user is created
A user is created with a specific role
Tokens
  • Role
A user resets their password
A user updates a post
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
A user updates a post in a specific status
Tokens
  • Status
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Author first name
  • Author last name
  • Author display name
  • Author email
A user updates a post in a specific taxonomy
Tokens
  • Taxonomy title
  • Term title
  • Post type
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
A user updates a post not in a specific status
Tokens
  • Status
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Author first name
  • Author last name
  • Author display name
  • Author email
A user updates a specific meta key of a specific type of post to a specific value
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Page featured image ID
  • Page featured image URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post type
  • Meta key
  • Meta value
A user's post is set to a specific status
Tokens
  • Status
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Author first name
  • Author last name
  • Author display name
  • Author email
A user's profile field is updated
Tokens
  • Profile field
  • Previous value
  • New value
A user's role changed from a specific role to a specific role
Tokens
  • Old user role
  • New user role
A user's specific meta key is updated
Tokens
  • Meta key
  • Meta value
A user's specific meta key is updated to a specific value
Tokens
  • Meta key
  • Meta value
A user's specific type of post is moved to the trash
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post type
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Post author
A user's specific type of post is set to a status
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post type
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Author first name
  • Author last name
  • Author display name
  • Author email
  • Status
A user's specific type of post is updated
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post type
  • Post excerpt
  • Post content
  • Post author
A user's comment on a post is approved
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
  • Comment
A user's comment on a specific type of post receives a reply
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post type
  • Post excerpt
  • Comment author
  • Reply ID
  • Replier name
  • Replier email
  • Replier website
  • Reply
Triggers for everyone
A specific type of post is viewed
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post type
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
A guest comment is submitted on a user's post
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
  • Comment ID
  • Comment author name
  • Comment author email
  • Comment author website
  • Comment content
A guest comment on a user's post is approved
Tokens
  • Post title
  • Post ID
  • Post URL
  • Post excerpt
  • Post featured image ID
  • Post featured image URL
  • Name
  • Email
  • Website
  • Comment
Actions
Add a new role to the user's roles
Change the user's role to a new role
Create a post
Send an email
Add a taxonomy term to a post in a post type
Add an image to the media library
Create a user
Delete a user
Delete user meta
Move a post to the trash
Remove a role from the user
Remove a taxonomy term from a post in a post type
Set a post to a status
Set post meta
Set the featured image of a post
Set user meta
Update the content of a post
Update the slug of a post
Update the title of a post
Update the user's details

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