Understanding the Triggering Logic

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A guide to the differences between On Entry, On Exit and Every Time when setting up activations.

Three types of activations triggers

We support three types of activation trigger with respect to the activation's segment:

  • On entry: the activation is triggered when the user enters the segment.
  • On exit: the activation is triggered when the user exits the segment.
  • Every time: the activation is triggered every time a user visits a page while in that segment.

Here we will break out exactly what each of these means.

On Entry This will trigger an activation immediately when a user enters a segment. Segments are evaluated every time an event is received. This means that as soon as an event comes into Permutive that means a user meets segment criteria, the activation will be triggered.

On Exit

This will trigger an activation immediately when a user leaves a segment. Segments are evaluated every time an event is received. This means that as soon as an event comes into Permutive that means a user no longer meets segment criteria, the activation will be triggered.

Every Time

This will trigger an activation every page load, while a user is in a segment. This means that when a user enters a segment, an 'every time' activation would not be triggered until their next page load.

 

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