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One of the exciting automation features in Hatchbuck is the ability to trigger automations based on things that are happening in your eCommerce integrations. Take a look at how these purchase rules work.

Hatchbuckers can automate when:

  • New Customer is added
  • Customer makes their first purchase
  • Customer purchases a specific type of product
  • Customer purchases a specific product
  • Company Refunds customer for any item
  • Company Refunds Customer for specific product
  • Order is greater than $X
  • Refund is greater than $X

Note: Before you add purchases into a Contact Record (manually or automatically), you should set up your Products and Product Categories.


Creating a Purchase Rule

  • Navigate to Tools > Rules > + New Rule.
  • Choose Purchase Rule.
  • Name your purchase rule.
  • Select a trigger from the dropdown options. If a required field populates from your selection here, complete the remaining information (ex: Trigger is "Customer purchases a specific product," then you will need to choose which product).

  • Click Continue. Now it's time to decide what you want this tag rule to trigger. Add as many automated actions as you wish, but make sure they make sense.

** Note: These automations will trigger immediately when the contact meets the parameters you defined. 

Your completed rule will look something like this:


Examples:

  • Product Category: Your customer purchases one item from a product category (Coffee beans from the Beverage Category) you can start them on a campaign based around that category (introducing them to your other Beverage options). Or add a tag to their record with that Category.
  • Order greater than $X amount: Your customer make a purchase greater than $100, you can automate a "Thank You" email with a coupon code. Or you can ask them to refer you to their friends on social media.
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