Before you start
If you want the automation to start with the change of some custom value, you need to first create custom user attribute.
How it works
This module triggers your automation after there is any change to your users’ attribute. From the list of attributes, simply choose the one you want to trigger your action. You can choose from the list, Standard attributes, or from the list of Custom attributes you’ve created beforehand.
When you run an online shop, you may want to keep track of how much money your customer has spent in your shop. (For example, you’ll have a custom attribute for that: “total_spent”.) Now, you may want to assign a tag, “VIP”, to customers who have spent more than $1,000.
To do this, in Filters condition, select which attribute must change in order to trigger the automation. In this case, it is “total_spent”.Then, set a Filter with the condition that must be fulfilled. In this case, the “total_spent” attribute must be greater than $1,000.Connect Add tags to Filters through the "yes" exit node. Now, every time this condition is met, a new tag, “VIP”, is added.