Dictate what funnel offers your buyers will get depending on their own actions in your funnel, and increase the chances of conversion.
You can easily set up conditions to define what user events will view what offer pages next to make it more attractive to your buyers. It’s really easy to set up.
It is super easy to define the conditional funnel journey and visually plan your sales funnel without any confusion.
Simply drop the condition icon and drag it into your visual funnel plan to understand the journey clearly.
Connect the next step to ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ nodes to define if an offer page will be shown when the condition is met or not.
Easily define the conditions based on events such as order bump accepted/rejected, offer accepted/rejected, cart total, etc.
Even if you do not set a condition, the journey will still go according to which Yes/No node you connected the next step with.
Yes! You can use multiple Conditional Steps to make your funnel journey more meaningful and personalized.
*But don’t complicate your funnel journey with unnecessary conditional steps.
Yes, you have options to redirect the funnel journey based on Order bump, Upsell, or Downsell acceptance & rejection.
Yes, you can choose between the “AND” & “OR” operators to set multiple conditions inside a Conditional Step.
In your Conditional Step, define the Cart Total condition to be – equal to, greater than, or less than. And then set the cart amount.
Yes! You can set conditions depending on the Billing & Shipping country and show offers according to that.
Yes, using a Conditional Step you can check if the Optin form is submitted or not and direct prospects to different paths depending on it.