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How to set up a snippet-based condition
How to set up a snippet-based condition

Base your condition on our custom fileds and boost your deliverability by creating more custom emails.

Weronika Wróblewska avatar
Written by Weronika Wróblewska
Updated over a week ago


Gif with adding the "First name" snippet to an email copy

How it works

Snippet-based condition lets you create more personalized emails, as you can split your prospects between two paths, based on certain information about them. You can base this condition on all of our snippets (except the ‘Timezone’ one) so feel free to discover all the possibilities.

There are 3 snippets-based conditions to choose from:

  1. If a prospect has a snippet X* that equals your variable - you can specify a value in a custom field that when matched precisely with your variable, will move the prospect to path YES.

  2. If a prospect has a snippet X that contains your variable - you can specify a value in a custom field that, when partly matched with your variable, will move the prospect to path YES.

  3. If a prospect has a snippet X that is not empty - you can create different emails for prospects that have some data in custom fields, as those will go to path YES. Otherwise, instead of being marked as ‘Paused (Snippet Issue)’, the rest of them will be transferred to path NO where you can create an email copy for them without this snippet.

*The X stands for the custom field name and the variable is the value written by you.

Why do you want to set it up?

  • gain more control over your campaign strategy,

  • send follow-ups triggered by the action your prospect takes,

  • add more personalization to your email sequence,

  • avoid spam filters and get a deliverability boost,

  • observe higher engagement rates.

How to set it up

1. Create your if-campaign.

2. Click on ‘ADD CONDITION’ and select one of three options:

  • has snippet X that equals or

  • has snippet X that contains or

  • has snippet X that is not empty.

Gif with changing criteria for a snippet-based condition

Remember that you can add a maximum of one condition to your campaign sequence.

3. Finish off by adding content to the emails in the YES and NO Paths. Then, import some prospects and send your campaign.

How to remove the condition

In order to remove the condition from your campaign sequence, hover over the condition so the red X appears. Click it and then confirm with the red button "Yes, I'm sure".

Note that you can not delete the condition if even one prospect has already met it.

Arrow pointing to the red X to remove a condition

Starting your campaign with the condition

You can also start your campaign with our snippet-based condition, allowing you to divide your prospects into two paths at the very beginning.

Add first condition icon

For example, you can divide your prospects into those with snippets of the First Name filled and not.

A snipped-based condition example

Still now sure how to use snippet-based condition?

Check our Woodpecker Vlog where Vovik shows his trick by using #IMPORTANT tag and snippet-based condition to create more follow-ups with more personalization in order to reach out to prospects with a higher possibility of creating a deal or those more valuable for our business.

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