Triggers are the events that start a workflow. To learn more about this, see: Workflows 101: Basic concepts. Here's the current list of workflow triggers, as seen on the app:
User runs a shortcut/command
You can use one of the custom commands you've created to trigger a workflow.
User completes a check-in
Every time a check-in participant completes their report by chat or web, this event will be triggered.
Another Workflow has finished
You can nest your workflows (!) and use the end of one workflow to trigger another.
Activity logged in DailyBot
With the help of our native integrations, you can ask DailyBot to trigger a workflow every time it captures new activity from one of these integrations. You can choose between:
- Code push
- Pull request created
- Pull request merged
- Task created
- Task updated
- Task status updated
- Task item checked
- Worklog created
- Project released
- Sprint closed
- Custom activity via API
User is added to this organization
Every time a new user is activated in your organization, this event will be triggered.
User is added to a team
Every time someone adds someone else to a team in your organization, this event will be triggered.
User is removed from a team
Every time someone removes someone else from a team in your organization, this event will be triggered.
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