The Condition block is a logic block best used when there are several possible inputs that should lead to different outcomes. The Condition block has the same inputs and outputs.

For a detailed breakdown on how this block works, see our Learning Respell YouTube series.

A basic Condition block looks like this:

And one basic input and 2 conditions, it can look like this:

For each condition blocks, you may add an infinite amount of conditions. Here is what the block looks like with two inputs and two conditions:

In the example above, there are 2 inputs connected to the Condition block: Month and Year. There are also 2 conditional paths. The first is executed when Month iss equal to โ€œOctoberโ€. For any condition created, the operator can be customized. The Condition block supports evaluting when an input:

  • equals
  • start with
  • ends with
  • contains
  • does not equal
  • does not start with
  • does for end with
  • does not contain any value of your choice.

Once the conditional path are customized, all matching paths will be executed.