Moosend's time bending capabilities allow you to influence your automation's future right now! We'd like to believe that our time interval offerings would even make Mr. Einstein proud, but in truth there's no reason to trouble yourself with his "Theory of Relativity" - the Moosend workflow builder makes things far too easy.
After having created your automation's trigger you will have the option to add time intervals at any intersection of your workflow. You would usually add them between different actions of your workflow so as to time them perfectly, but you can use them any way you see fit.
To set an appointment in time for one of your automation's steps just do the following:
1. Click on the + symbol available on any intersection of your automation workflow.
2. Choose the Conditional / Control Steps tab.
3. Click on the Wait a specific time interval button.
4. Select one of the two available options.
These options are:
A. Wait For A Time Interval
1. Fill-in the Time to wait space with the time interval of your choosing.
2. Choose the time measurement from the drop-down menu.
You have the following options:
B. Wait For A Specific Date
Select a specific date that this step will run.
The first drop-down menu (1) is where you can select one or more days of the week that this step to run.
From the available drop-down options, you can either choose one of the All days of the week/All weekdays of the week options or you can just specifically select one or more weekdays.
The second drop-down menu (2) is where you can select which days of the month this step will run.
From the available drop-down options, you can either choose All month days optionor you can just specifically select one or more days of the month.
The third drop-down menu (3) is where you can select one or more months that this step will run.
From the available drop-down options, you can either choose the Every month option or you can just specifically select one or more months.
5. Click on the Save button to add the time interval to your workflow.
Time intervals are extremely useful control steps, especially if your automation contains several actions which send emails to your recipients. The time intervals provide breathing space between the various events in your workflow and can easily be fine-tuned to create an organic automation that responds in the most natural way, producing the greatest results!