Create a welcoming sequence
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Created by Giovanni on 3/31/2021 7:33 AM
Updated by Regie on 4/14/2021 12:27 PM


Step 1: You need to click the automation tab, then click the “create automation” button.


Step 2: After that, you will be routed to a different panel page and the first thing you need to do is to create a name for your automation. Then click the “define workflow trigger” to set up your own trigger and click “save” at the bottom.


Step 3: After saving, click on the “plus” icon to add a step then a display box will show up and choose “email”. Fill the email fields and set up your email content then click “save”.


Step 4: Set up the delay of your welcoming sequence depending on whatever you like. Then click “save”.


Step 5: After setting up the delay, click on the “plus” icon for the next step then choose “email” again. Set up your email then click “save” at the bottom

Note: You can put as many emails as you want.



Step 6: Set the delay again and click “save” at the bottom.



Step 7: You can also score your subscribers by clicking the “plus” icon and choose “score”.



Step 8: Set your own score based on the opening and clicking or whatever it is done by your subscriber. Then click “save”.



Step 9: After setting the scores, click the “plus” icon then choose “action” from the display box.



Step 10: Set your action by putting them in a list altogether or to a different group (depending on you). Then click “save”.


Step 11: After setting it all up, click on “activate” at the top.


Step 12: When you activate it, a display box will show, and you have the option to select where to send it either to “new subscribers” or your “existing subscribers”.

Note: Since this one is a welcoming email, it’s better to choose “new subscribers”



Step 13: If you’re already satisfied with it, you can exit the panel by clicking the “exit” at the upper right corner.



Step 14: From there, you can already see the sequence you created, and you can view the stats of that template by just clicking it. And you’re good to go.




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