Triggers enable you to create simple 1 to 1 automations, operating with an If this / Then that logic. For example If this usage metric falls by 30% over 7 days, Then inform the CSM to follow up".

Triggers are very easy to set-up and follow a simple 'wizard', guiding you with available options. The video below shows you to build them.

If you need power and flexibility over the speed and simplicity of triggers offer, then you should look into Automations. Planhat Automations let you build sequenced one to many automations, react off of any change in Planhat and create complex queries with function executions. You can learn more about automations here.

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