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🎬 Component

Components are operations to create automations. Components has 5 types: trigger, action, flow, data and browser.

Trigger components operate based on specific events. They provide event data as output. And automation runs as a result of these events.

a. Basic Trigger Components

Components triggered by events supported by the platform. Core trigger components are manual, timer, webhook, and email triggers.

b. Application Trigger Components

Components triggered by events in integrated applications.

Action components process either the automation flow or user-provided data, providing the outcome of the process to the next components in the automation. Action components are:

  • Math: Mathematical operation components.

  • Text: Componants that work with text.

  • Date and Time: Contains components that work with date and time.

  • Table: Components that work with table data.

  • List: Components that work with list data.

  • Entity: Components that work with entity data.

  • HTTP: Components that send HTTP requests.

  • Email: Components for sending emails and working with email boxes.

  • Transformation: Components that transform numerical units.

  • Other: Encompasses action components that don't fit into the above sub-categories.

Flow control components are action components that manage flows. These components can be conditional branching, loops, and termination functions.

Data components provide temporary or permanent storage of data while automation is running. These data are accessible.

Browser action components are action components that interact with web pages (navigation, accessing page data, interacting with elements such as clicks and form filling on the page).