By using order rules you can automate many of the tasks that you would normally have to do manually. A rule is made up of three configurable settings:
- Any Conditions
At least one of your configured Any Conditions must be true for a rule to pass. Any number of Any Conditions can be created, only one of them needs to be true.
- All Conditions
All configured All Conditions must be true for a rule to pass. All Conditions can be coupled with Any Conditions to create your desired logic.
If the rule passes based upon the conditions, all configured Actions will be executed on the order.
Note that configuring no conditions will allow the rule to pass every time.
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