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Frequently Asked Questions
Any action performed within your workflow is considered a task. Triggers are not included in the task count. Only action steps are included. Internal tasks of Pabbly Connect, such as Filter, Router, and Formatter, are not counted as tasks.
For example, sending one lead from Facebook Lead Ad to MailChimp counts as one task. If you have a multi-step automation workflow, the task count will depend on the number of action steps. For example, sending one lead from Facebook Lead Ad to MailChimp and then to Google Sheets would count as two tasks. Learn more.
Every check made to an external application to see if there is any new data in a day is counted as an operation. So, if a check is made every 5 minutes, that is 288 operations in a day, whether or not there is any new data. However, Pabbly Connect does not charge for operations. That’s why we say we provide unlimited operations.
For example, if you have a workflow that constantly checks a Google My Business page for new reviews and sends replies, each check of the page to see if there are any new reviews counts as an operation. So, whether or not you send a reply, you will always use 288 operations in a day.
A workflow consists of a trigger and one or more action steps involving the applications you want to integrate. A workflow can have a single trigger and one or more actions. When you turn on your workflow, the action steps will run every time the trigger event occurs.
Yes, all data will be synced automatically once you set up your triggers and actions correctly. Automation software works on the principle of “set it and forget it,” running automatically around the clock for you.
Yes, Pabbly Connect includes filters and path routers for advanced automation. You can specify filters based on values coming in through triggers and webhooks.
For example, with filters and path routers, you can specify that you want to send a customer who made a purchase of more than $1000 to the MailChimp premium list and a purchase of less than $1000 to the MailChimp normal users list.
No, not at all. Unlike others, we don’t count tasks for internal apps like filters, routers, text formatters, number formatters, delays, schedules, iterators, date/time formatters, email parsers, data forwarders, and data formatters.
Yes, Pabbly Connect supports multi-step integrations. For example, when a new payment happens in Stripe or WooCommerce, you can send the customer details to MailChimp, add the customer email to a CRM for follow-up, and receive an SMS on your phone once everything is done.
The pricing plans are based on the number of tasks allotted to an account. We have plans that offer a range of task allotments, from 12,000 to 9 million tasks per month. It’s worth noting that we are the only provider who doesn’t count tasks for triggers and internal applications