Actions (Workflow)

Overview

Lead Liaison enables marketers to apply a wide array of actions to any automation. Additional actions may be added through the Lead Liaison App Cloud. To add an action simply drag and drop it from the left side to the right side (canvas).


CRM Actions

Additional CRM actions are also available. See the CRM Actions section here for more information.

Call Webhook

  • Description = Calls a webhook URL, which is usually provided by a 3rd party. Webhooks are explained in more detail here. 
  • Examples:
    • Create a Webhook that sends a text message to a Prospect or Customer's mobile phone. 
    • Create a Webhook that sends a direct mail piece to a Prospect or Customer's address.
    • Create a Webhook that sends an alert to yourself. 
    • Create a Webhook that leaves your Prospect and/or Customer an automated voice mail. 
  • Screenshot:

Change Lead Score

Tips on Lead Scoring

  • Lead scores range from 0 to 1,000 points.
  • A prospect's default lead score is 0. 
  • Examples/tips to set a lead score is shown in the empty field when adding the "Change Lead Score" action to the canvas. 
  • Description = Used in lead scoring campaigns to score prospects that exist in your database or score prospects that demonstrate future activity. Lead scoring is used for multiple purposes as listed below:
    • Profiling your database
    • Qualifying leads for sales
    • Input into Hot Prospects, Lead Liaison's unparalleled lead qualification solution 
  • Examples:
    • Add 20 points to a lead score for prospects who visit our pricing page.
    • Subtract 20 points from a lead score for prospects that visited our job openings page. 
  • Parameters:
    • + (adds points to the lead score)
    • - (subtracts points to the lead score)
    • = (sets the lead score to a certain value)
  • Screenshot:

Change Lead Grade

Tips on Lead Grading

  • Lead grades range from A+ to F (see "Parameters" section below).
  • The default Lead Grade is C for all prospects. 
  • Similar to Lead Scoring, we don't automatically assign a score. With Lead Scoring the starting point is 0. With Lead Grading the starting point is C. In other words, if an automation program runs and the Lead Grade is increased by +2/3 then the Lead Grade would go from C to B- (from C to C+ to B-...which is 2/3, or 2 out of 3 grades)
  • Examples/tips to set a lead grade is shown in the empty field when adding the "Change Lead Grade" action to the canvas. 
  • Description = Used in lead grading campaigns to grade prospects that exist in your database or grade prospects that demonstrate future activity.  Lead grading is commonly used with implicit information/criteria. For example, most information found on a business card would be implicit information. Lead grading is typically a measure of how well as prospect matches your ideal buyer profile. Lead grading is used for multiple purposes as listed below:
    • Profiling your database
    • Qualifying leads for sales
    • Input into Hot Prospects, Lead Liaison's unparalleled lead qualification solution 
  • Examples:
    • Give a prospect a F if they are located anywhere outside of the United States and Canada. This would be relevant for companies that only sell/market in these countries. 
    • Increase the lead grade of a prospect by 2/3 grade points if they work for a company that generates more than $50,000,000 in revenue. this would apply if your company does not sell to small businesses. 
    • Decrease the lead grade of a prospect by 1 grade points if they are in any industry besides Finance and High Tech. This would be relevant for companies that only sell/market to companies in the Finance and High Tech industries. 
  • Parameters:
    • =A+, =A (Excellent), =A-, =B+, =B (Good), =B-, =C+, =C (Average), =C-, =D+, =D (Below Average), =D-, =F (Horrible) (used to set a lead grade)
    • +1/3, +2/3, +1 and any number up to +6 (used to increase a lead grade)
    • -1/3, -2/3, -1 and any number as low as -6 (used to decrease lead grade)
  • Screenshot:

Changing Default Lead Grade

User with Administrative rights can change the default lead grade. To change the default lead grade do the following:

  • Go to Settings > App Setup > Lead Qualification > Lead Grading
  • Find the "Lead Grade" box
  • Select the default lead grade from the drop down menu

Lead Grade on Prospect Profile

A prospect's lead grade can be viewed from the prospect's profile page. Click on the name of the prospect anywhere in Lead Liaison to go to the prospect page. Alternatively, go the Sales tab and type in the name of the prospect in the "Find Prospects" box. Once you're on the Prospect Profile page you can view or manually change a prospect's lead grade. See the screenshot below for more information:

Enrich Work Email

Attempts to find personal email addresses and phone numbers using the Prospect's work email. This action costs Purchase Credits, though is only charged if there is a match. 

  • Source Email – email field used for lookup.
  • Destination Email/1/2 – fields used for additional emails found.
  • Destination Phone – field used for phone number found.
  • Purchase Credits – total cost of action. 

Send Email

Easy Email Campaign Selection

Once an email marketing campaign (message) is setup and saved it automatically appears in the drop down. Email campaigns are sorted alphabetically in the drop down. Type any part of the email campaign in the drop down field and Lead Liaison automatically searches the campaign and selects only campaigns that contain the search phrase. 

  • Description = Sends a specific email marketing message. 
  • Examples = Send an email message to prospects who submit a web form. 
  • Parameters:
    • Select an email campaign from the drop down box. 
  • Screenshot:

Previewing Emails

With an email selected, click on the eye icon to preview the email. The preview will open in a new tab. 

Send Email Action (Expanded)

Lead Liaison allows marketers to send email messages on behalf of their sales team but have the email message look like it comes from the sales person (Lead Owner). Additionally, individual email messages can be delayed by any number of hours, days, weeks or months. To view these additional settings click the gear icon to the right of the drop down box.

The three radio buttons change who the email message is sent from. Options are as follows:

  1. Send from Lead/Contact Owner = Send the email from the Lead Owner. 
  2. Custom = Allows user to change who the email is from, the from email address and the reply to email address.
  3. Use Default = Uses the name, from email and reply to address of the person who is the owner of the contact list. The owner of the contact list is defined in the email campaign message when setting it up. 

Send Email Action (Conditional Example)

Suppose you want to send Email B to a Prospect only if they did not open Email A. To do that, any one of the following two options will work. Both accomplish the same result. 

1) The action below says, if Email A was not opened then send Email B. 

2) The action below says if Email A is open then send nothing; otherwise send Email B. 

Send Email Action (Events Example)

Select your event from the dropdown under Use Event to associate a specific event with your email. The merge fields in your email will be replaced with the specific data points from the selected event. 

Send Handwritten Letter

Reference this documentation page for more information on sending handwritten letters. 

Tip: To make sure you're not introducing a bunch of scheduling errors add conditions around the Send Handwritten Letter action to only send the letter if the Prospect has an Address, City and State in their profile. 

Send Alert

Alerts may be incorporated into an Automation program. When this action is executed Lead Liaison will send an email message with the Title, Prompt and Message specified to the Lead Owner, Teams or individual users. A default alert template is populated when the Send Alert action is dragged/dropped to the canvas.

You can put the alert into Test Mode as shown below. Test Mode will not send the alert and can be used while testing a workflow. 

Delivery Type

The Send Alert action is sent via email only. Text messages will not be sent.

Dismissing an Alert

If there is no valid email address or user to send the alert to then Lead Liaison will dismiss the Send Alert action and mark the action as "Skipped" in the Audit tab of the Prospect Profile page.


You can customize the content of the Alert email in the Send Alert action. In the example above, notice the Activity History at the bottom of the email. If you do not want this sent with the alert, uncheck the Activity History box.

Change Event Status

Use the Change Event Status action to change a Prospect's Event status. An Event could be an Event Brite, GoToWebinar, WebEx or other kind of online event. The Change Event Status action has an accompanying Send Email action. When an email is used in conjunction with the Change Event Status action this tells Lead Liaison that the Event mail merge fields in the email should use the Event in the "Event" fields of the Change Event Status. In the example below, the Prospect's status is changed to Invited and an email is sent that uses mail merge fields for the "How to Nurture Leads" GoToWebinar event. 

Send to Workflow

Use the Send to Workflow action to add a prospect to another Workflow. For example, if you setup a 30-day nurturing campaign and the prospect makes it through all steps of your nurturing program then you might want to send the prospect to a 60-day nurturing program. Create the 60-day nurturing Workflow first. Once the Workflow is created, add the Send to Workflow action to the canvas then search for the name of the 60-day nurturing Workflow and select it in the drop down box.

Remove from Workflow

Use the Remove from Workflow action to remove a prospect from a Workflow. For example, if you send a prospect an email message and they don't click a link in the email message after 30 days then you might want to remove the prospect from your Workflow to keep your communications clean and relevant. Simply enter the name of the Workflow from which you'd like to remove the prospect in the drop down box. Alternatively, the Prospect can be removed from all Workflows using the second radio button as shown below. 

Removing from Existing Workflow

Note that you can remove Prospects from an existing Workflow using the Remove from Workflow action. If you do not see your Workflow in the drop down make sure to first save your Workflow then return to editing to add the action.

Add to LL Campaign

Use the Add to LL Campaign action to add a prospect to a Lead Liaison Campaign. Programs/Campaigns are covered in more detail here

After a Prospect has been added to a Lead Liaison Campaign you can see them as a Member by going to Marketing > Programs and clicking the number under the Members column next to the Campaign the Prospect has been added to. 

Remove from Campaign

Removes the Prospect from a Lead Liaison Campaign. Select the Lead Liaison Campaign to remove the Prospect from in the Campaign field. There are three options for handling each Prospect's Campaign status once the Campaign is removed:

  1. Set the next Campaign touch as the first touch = The next Campaign that the Prospect "touched" will be set as the First Touch if the Campaign the person is removed from was their First Touch Campaign. To learn more about First Touch Campaigns reference this page
  2. Set the first touch campaign as = The Campaign specified will be set as the First Touch if the Campaign the person is removed from was their First Touch Campaign. To learn more about First Touch Campaigns reference this page
  3. Do nothing = Don't make any changes to the First Touch Campaign. 


Remove from Program

Removes the Prospect from a Lead Liaison Program. Select the Lead Liaison Program to remove the Prospect from in the Program field. There are three options for handling each Prospect's Program status once the Program is removed:

  1. Set the next Program touch as the first touch = The next Program that the Prospect "touched" will be set as the First Touch if the Program the person is removed from was their First Touch Program. To learn more about First Touch Programs reference this page
  2. Set the first touch program as = The Program specified will be set as the First Touch if the Program the person is removed from was their First Touch Program. To learn more about First Touch Programs reference this page
  3. Do nothing = Don't make any changes to the First Touch Program

Add to List

Use the Add to List action to add a prospect to a List. A List is similar to a contact list. There are Static and Dynamic Lists. A Static List is a contact list built with rules that run only once. A Dynamic List is a contact list built with rules that continuously run. Select the name of the List you'd like to add a prospect to once you drag/drop this action to the canvas.

Add to Organization

Use the Add to List action to add a prospect to a List. A List is similar to a contact list. There are Static and Dynamic Lists. A Static List is a contact list built with rules that run only once. A Dynamic List is a contact list built with rules that continuously run. Select the name of the List you'd like to add a prospect to once you drag/drop this action to the canvas.

  • Override Organization = When disabled, the Prospect will not be added to the new Organization if they are already in an Organization. When enabled, the Prospect could be removed from their existing Organization and added into the new Organization. 
  • Match Organization using Prospect Company = When enabled, the system will try to find a matching Organization with the same domain as the value in the Prospect's Email or the same name as the value in the Prospect's Company field. If a match is found, then the Prospect will be added to the matching Organization. The following choices are available:
    • Match Org using Prospect's email domain then company name
    • Match Org using Prospect's company name then email domain
    • Match Org using Prospect's email domain
    • Match Org using Prospect's company name
  • Update Prospect Company = Enabling this setting will update the Prospect's Company field with the Organization name. 

Change Lifecycle Stage

Changes a Prospect's Lifecycle Stage.

  • Allow Reversion = Lifecycle Stages are meant to progress forward. By default, requests to revert a Stage are ignored; however, you can override this functionality by enabling this setting. 

When the Suspect Lifecycle Stage is chosen, the user can also update the Suspect Status as shown below:

Post to Slack

Posts any type of update to a Slack Channel. Include merge fields with your message along with emojis.

Remove from List

Remove from List is the opposite of the Add to List action. Use the Remove from List when you need to remove a prospect from a List (contact list). Select the name of the List you'd like to remove the prospect from once you drag/drop this action to the canvas. Alternatively, the Prospect can be removed from all Lists using the second radio button as shown below. 

Distribute Lead

Use the Distribute Lead action to send leads to users. This action is often used to disseminate leads to sales people. When used in combination with Lead Liaison's Auto-Assignment Rules organizations have a powerful and flexible approach to distributing leads. Leads can be directly distributed or distributed in round robin fashion based on a set of rules (defined by you) when "Assignment Rules" is selected. To bypass Lead Liaison's Assignment Rules and directly distribute a lead to a user select the user's name in the "User" drop down.

There's also an "Alert Owner" check box within the Distribute Lead action. This box is unchecked by default. When the box is checked the person receiving the lead will get a "Distributed Lead" email (and/or text message) similar to the one below. If the lead is not distributed or the action was dismissed then the owner will not get notified. 

Changing Distribute Lead Alert Types

Individual users can change their "Distribute Lead" alert methods. To do so, navigate to Home > Setup alerts and change the alert type to Email, SMS or Both.

 

Tip #1

If a user is selected as the "Send To" then the lead will be distributed to the new user even if the lead was already assigned to another user.

Tip #2

If "Assignment Rules" is selected then leads will be distributed according to the Assignment Rules specified in the Lead Distribution section. However, if a lead is already assigned and a lead distribution rule has the "Do Not Reassign Owner" enabled then the lead will not be distributed. The system will move to the next lead distribution rule until all rules have been executed.

Lead Distribution Process

Lead Distribution Time

It takes between 3 to 4 minutes to distribute a lead.

It is important to understand the process and timing used by Lead Liaison to distribute leads. The "lead distribution engine" runs as a separate process and operates on a queue of leads. When the Distribute Lead action is executed, new prospects are pushed to the lead distribution queue. See the highlights below to better understand how Lead Liaison distributes leads:

  1. When the Distribute Lead action is applied the lead is pushed into a queue of leads that are ready for distribution.
  2. Leads are pushed to this queue by a system process that runs every 1 minute.
  3. The "lead distribution engine" runs on a separate thread from the system process described in #2 above and runs every 2 minutes. The lead distribution engine processes leads in the queue.  
  4. When processed leads are distributed according to the Assignment Rules. 

Suspend Workflow

The Suspend Workflow action pauses a prospect in one or multiple workflows. Use this feature to stop prospects from moving on to the other steps in the workflows. Combined with conditions, you can choose who is suspended and who moves forward. For example, if a prospect has not clicked on any links in an email drip campaign, you might suspend them from your email nurture campaigns.

  • This Workflow – suspend prospects from the current workflow
  • Select Workflows – suspend prospects from selected workflows; use the (+) icon to add additional workflows
  • All Workflows – suspend prospects for all currently active workflows (will not affect future workflows)


Adding New Actions

If new actions are added to a Workflow after a prospect has been affected by a Suspend Workflow action then the new actions will be applied to the prospect.

Suspending Campaigns Globally

Automation can have either an Activated or Suspended status. To Activate or Suspend an action go to:

  • Automation
  • Campaign status is under the Actions column on the right-hand side of the table. 
  • Click the Activate/Suspend link to Activate/Suspend specific campaigns. Alternatively, check the boxes and click the "Activate Selected" or "Suspend Selected" links above the grid to Activate/Suspend more than one action at once. 

Resume Workflow

The resume workflow will unpause the prospect from suspended workflows. Combined with conditions, you can choose who is unpaused from the selected workflows. 

  • Select Workflows – resumes prospects in selected workflows; use the (+) icon to add additional workflows
  • All Workflows – resumes prospects for all currently suspended workflows 

If the prospect was suspended directly before a Wait action, the system will honor the original wait time from the day the prospect was suspended. For example, if the prospect is suspended before a 3-day Wait action and is resumed after 2 days, the system will wait 1 more day before moving on. Likewise, if they are resumed after 5 days, the system will move on to the next action.

Wait

Use the Wait action to place a "wait state" in between specific actions. The wait state will hold the campaign, preventing any further actions from executing until the holding period expires. A holding period may be specified in minutes, hours, days, weeks or month. 

Important When Updating Activated/Completed Workflows

When modifying a Workflow in the Activated or Completed status and adding a Wait action, make sure to understand how the Wait action works on Prospects who are already in the Workflow. Before every save, the Wait action applies the Wait period (hours, days, weeks or months) to the ensuing actions. This is important if you're continually modifying a Workflow. As a rule of them, when there are existing Members in a Workflow and you want to delay future actions with a Wait action make sure to simultaneously add the Wait actions with the actions you need to postpone before saving.

There is also a Wait parameter built into the Send Email action as shown below. This delay functions different from the Wait action. Consider the Workflow scenarios below. The column on the left is an example of a Workflow campaign using the Wait action. The column on the right is an example of a Workflow campaign using the Delay feature. 

Workflow ActionUsing Wait Action (Scenario 1)Using Delay Feature on Send Email Action (Scenario 2)
1Send Email ASend Email A
2Wait 1 WeekIf Lead Status does not equal "New" then send Email B but schedule it 1 Week out
3If Lead Status does not equal "New" then send Email B

Here's the difference. In Scenario 1, the Workflow could be suspended and all emails will be paused. Also, the Lead Status value will be checked after 1 Week. In Scenario 2, the Lead Status value will be checked right away and if the Lead Status did not equal "New" the email will be scheduled 1 Week out. If this Automation was suspended then the emails that were scheduled 1 Week out will still be sent. To cancel scheduled emails go to Content > Emails > Email Campaigns > View Scheduled Email Queue and manually delete or pause each email message to prevent delivery. 

Here's the standard Wait action:

Make sure to add actions that follow the Wait action otherwise an error similar to the one below will occur. 

Waiting Until a Specific Time

Both the Wait and Wait until Date (below) actions allow ensuing actions to be postponed to a specific time. The time parameter is not available when waiting for "Minute(s)" or "Hour(s)" and is available for all other options (Days, Months, etc.). This feature is helpful when making sure future actions execute in a timely fashion. For example, suppose you want to wait until 10AM a few days out before sending a second email. Click the gear to the right after selecting Day(s) in the dropdown and choose the time and timezone in which you want to run the ensuing actions and in this case, add the Send Email action below the Wait. 

Note, if the Wait action uses 1 day along with a time the system waits until the very next day, at that time. For example, if the Wait action runs at 9PM Central on Thursday, waits 1 day until 10AM before sending the next email, then the system will send the next email at 10AM on Friday (the very next day).  

Wait until Date

Instead of waiting a specific number of minutes, days, weeks or months between actions you can wait until a certain date using the Wait until Date action. The Wait until Date action has two types, one that uses Month / Day / Year and one that does not use a year (Month / Day). Both types have a time component that go with it, where the general time can be specified.

Use the Wait until Date type without a year when you want to postpone all ensuing actions until the next time this day occurs. For example, suppose it's March 15th, 2017 and you add a Wait until Date for February 20th. All ensuing actions will be postponed until the current day equals next February 20th, which would be February 20th, 2018. The two types are illustrated in the screenshots below:

With the Year:

Without the Year:

All Ensuing Actions are Postponed

When no year is used, ensuing actions will not get applied until the first "Wait until Date" action runs.

In the example below, we illustrate how an entire annual workflow is constructed which sends monthly emails to a specific list. Anytime a Prospect is added to the list for a first time they'll get added to the workflow and depending on the date they were added they'll start receiving emails after the Wait until Date in the workflow. For example, if a Prospect was added to the workflow on January 14th, 2015 they would not receive the first email in the workflow, called the January Email, and they would received the second email and so on since the first Wait until Date is in the past and the second Wait until Date action has yet to occur. 

The first two actions would be skipped if the Prospect was added after 8AM on January 1st, 2015. Similarly, if the Prospect was added after 8AM on February 1st, 2015 the second and third actions would also be skipped and the March email (and future actions) would apply on the Prospect. 

Wait / Wait Until Date Notes

Keep the following information in mind when working with the Wait and Wait until Date actions. 

  1. For the "Wait" action, the wait period will start from the time the "Wait" action applies. For example if the "Wait" action was scheduled to run at 3:00PM and it was applied at 3:03PM (because there were 3 actions scheduled to run before it), and it was scheduled to wait "1 hour", then it will postpone the following actions to "4:03PM" not to "4:00PM".
  2. For the "Wait until Date" action, it will set the "Schedule" date of all the ensuing actions to be the "Until Date" according to the "Month/Day" or "Month/Day/Year" option.
  3. For any action in the system, if the schedule to run date of the action is older than one day then Lead Liaison will not apply the action and will mark the action as "skipped". This process applies to all action types except the "Wait" and "Wait until Date" actions.

Consider the following example.

  1. On date 15-April-2015 user sets up an automation with the following actions
  2. [Score +1] [Wait until 10 April 2014] [Score +2] [Wait 2 days] [Score +3]
  3. A prospect was added to the automation on 15-April
  4. [Score +1] -> Will get applied
  5. [Wait until 10 April 2014] -> Will get applied, and postpone all ensuing to 10-April [old date]
  6. [Score +2] -> Will get skipped [it was scheduled to run on 10-April]
  7. [Wait 2 days] -> Will get applied, and will postpone ensuing actions to run after 2 days
  8. [Score +3] -> Will get applied after 2 days of the previous action

Modifying Wait Actions

The Wait and Wait Until Date actions can be modified once they've run. Keep the following in mind when modifying a wait action:

  • Only Wait/Wait Until Date actions without conditions may be modified. Wait/Wait Until Date actions with conditions cannot be modified. 
  • The updated action applies to eligible prospects who are waiting on the next action after the wait action. 
  • If the updated wait time is in the past then the ensuing actions will apply immediately. 
  • Example: Suppose there are three actions in an automation, Send Email A, Wait 3 Days, Send Email B. 
    • User updates wait action on September 22nd from 3 days to 5 days.
      • Prospect added on September 15 will have the 5 day wait period applied. 
      • Prospect added on September 20th, will have the 5 day wait period applied from the day they were added to the automation. In this case, Email B will be sent on September 25th. 
    • User updates wait action on September 22nd from 3 days to 1 day.
      • Prospect added on September 20th will have Email B sent immediately as the modification date (September 22nd) is after the adjusted wait period (to September 21st). 

Tag

To Tag Prospects using a workflow do the following select the Tag action and enter one or more Tag values separated by a semicolon (";") as shown below:

Tips When using the Tag Action

When using the Tag action only one Tag can be added. Multiple Tags may not be added separated with a semicolon, like "tag1;tag2". Also, the Tag must already exist.

Add to Blacklist

Use this action to add a prospect to the Blacklist. When a prospect is added to your Blacklist (company-wide) they will not be tracked by Lead Liaison's lead tracking system. To learn more about Blacklisting visitors read this section.

Delete Prospect

Use this action to remove a Prospect from Lead Liaison. The Prospect can be permanently removed or moved into the recycle bin. See deleting prospects and the recycle bin for more information. If your Lead Liaison instance is connected to a CRM then an option exists to remove the connected record from your CRM as well. When left unchecked, the Prospect will be deleted in Lead Liaison but not removed from your CRM. Only when the CRM record is updated/modified, the Prospect will get imported again into Lead Liaison and a new Prospect will be created. 

Note that when the Delete Prospect action gets applied to a Prospect all subsequent automation actions will be cancelled. The Prospect will receive no further automated actions. 

Change Data Value

Use this action to change any Lead Liaison Standard or Custom field. Select the Standard/Custom field you'd like to change in the "Attribute" field. Once selected, Lead Liaison displays a "New Value" field below the "Attribute" field based on the data type. For example, selecting "Lead Source" in the Attribute field displays a drop down below it with the list of Lead Sources. Also, say you had a "CRM Solution" field as a Custom field defined in Lead Liaison. If the CRM Solution field is a multi-select data type then multiple values will be displayed in the New Value section if this attribute is selected. See the two screen shots below to better understand how the New Value field dynamically changes according to the data type selected in the "Attribute" field:

  • Selecting an attribute that has a multi-select data type will display multiple values for selection in the New Value field. 

  • To set a field as NULL, as if a value was not entered, enter double quotations into the field as shown in the screenshot below. Be careful with this step, you don't want to clear out your entire database!

  • To insert any standard or custom field along with your entry into the new value field, use the Select Field to Insert dropdown along with the Insert Field button. Note, using data merge with Change Data Value option only works with fields in the String/Text data type. 

  • When a date or datetime data types is selected as the attribute a "Clear value" option will appear. This option will reset the date or datetime field value.  

Change Data Value Action Notes

  1. Using the Change Data Value action on Picklist Multi-Select Fields. If the Change Data Value action is used on a Picklist Multi-Select field type the resulting value will be a merge of the existing values along with the Change Data Value New Value. For example, if "A" and "B" values were in the field, and the New Value was "C", then the resulting value of the field would be "A;B;C".

    You can also add or remove any values:

  2. The Change Data Value action supports merge fields in the New Value field. To learn more about using data merge fields and tokens, see this page on Managing Fields

Opt Into List Category

Adds the Prospect to every List in the selected Category and marks them as Active.

Opt Out from List Category

Marks the Prospect as Inactive in Lists of the selected Category. Note: this will not remove the Prospect from the Lists, but they will no longer receive emails sent to the Lists.