Who can use this feature?
This article will show you how to add a rule.
- Navigate to Rules
- Click New or Add Rule, if you have not already added any rules
- Select your Trigger
- Note: A Trigger activates your rule. For example, if you want your rule to start when someone changes an Asset, you would select Asset changed.
- ContentChanged: For content changes like created, updated, published, unpublished
- AssetChanged: For asset changes like uploaded, updated, renamed, deleted, etc
- ContentTypeChanged: When a Content Type definition has been created, updated, published, or deleted
- Usage: When monthly API calls exceed a specified limit for one time a month
- Configure your Trigger
- When you configure your Trigger, you are specifying what activates the Rule. For example, if you chose Asset changed, now you will specify what type of change(s), such as Creating an Asset or Deleting an Asset.
- Note: The configuration options will change depending on the Trigger you choose.
- Click Next at the bottom
- Select the Action you want to take upon activation of the Trigger
- Algolia: Populate and synchronize indices in Algolia for full text search
- Discourse: Create a post or topic at discourse
- Fastly: Remove entries from the fastly CDN cache
- Prerender: Recache a certain URL or cache a URL for the first time
- Tweet: Create a status update or Tweet from your user account
- AzureQueue: Send an event to azure queue storage
- ElasticSearch: Populate and synchronize indices in ElasticSearch for full text search
- Medium: Create a new story or post at medium
- Slack: Create a status update at Slack to a channel you define
- Webhook: Send events like ContentPublished to your webhook
- Configure Action
- Note: Here is where you will make more specifications, depending on the Action you want to take.
- Click Next
- Create a Name for your Rule
- Click Save at the bottom