I'm working on a lifecycle nurture engagement program. I have 3 questions:
1. For us, we want leads to stop receiving content from our early stage stream as soon as a lead is in sales hands- which for us means once they hit a lead score with X amount of points. However, the other 2 streams (which we have as recapture and retention) are both based on triggers. If I pause leads within the engagement program after they hit the amount of points, will they unpause automatically once they qualify for one of the triggers in the other 2 streams? Ideally, I want to send a lead emails until they are qualified for sales---> stop sending emails and let sales take over---> once sales has done their job and the contact gets marked as recycled, closed lost, closed won, etc., this will dictate which stream the lead goes into. So while I'd pause them after they go to sales, I'd want them to unpause as soon as they qualify for one of the other 2 streams.
2. It seems like I can add streams to an engagement program at any time with the use of smart campaigns correct? For instance, if I add stream 3 later, I could create a batch smart campaign that will enter all existing contacts into this stream, and then just create the transition rule (trigger). Just want to make sure a program can't be modified once leads start to receive content in any of the streams.
3. When you set your stream cadence, and it says "repeats" weekly- this just means they send out whatever piece of content is next in line at the time you specify, correct?. So if I set it for every 3 weeks, once a week, they'd receive the next email in line at this time. It doesn't mean every 3 weeks, once a week, they'll receive all of the content in the stream correct? Just want to clarify the word "repeats".
Thanks in advance!