Decision steps

You can use a decision step to split the data in your integration between a true branch and a false branch.

Decision steps only filter the data from the step that you connect them to. Any data from steps before that step processes as normal.

An example of a decision step that determines where to record data.

Set up a Decision step

Decision steps compare a Left Operand to a Right Operand to filter your data. To control how the step filters your data, you need to specify the Condition it uses to compare values.

To specify the condition, select the Step Setup cog icon:

  1. Select a previous step and one of its fieldsr by as your Left Operand.
  2. Select a Condition from the dropdown.
  3. Select either another field from a previous step or enter a value as the Right Operand.


For example, you can set the following fields:

  • Left Operand: Name.
  • Condition: Equals.
  • Right Operand Smith.

This setup causes the decision step to route data that includes the last name “Smith” down the true branch, and all other data goes down the false branch.

Note: To create more advanced logic, you can chain multiple decision steps together.