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Hi James, There is a different tactic for this. You can use program tokens. But you can also use tokens add a folder level. This way it will effect all program within the folder.
James - what did you end doing?
I'm running into a similar problem?
Diederik - the issue is that as far as I can tell tokens can't be updated updated programatically - ie via a Flow Step.
Hi Grant, You're correct a tokens can't be adjusted in flows. So what you want is a process that is able to change it's own flow rules. I don't fully understand the use case. But I've used something called Matrix Fields that might help. Can you provide a real use case (e.g. not 'some value').
I want to count the number of days in a month so I need a variable that I can say:
Count = Count + 1.
I want to be able to reset it as well:
Or If Today = 2/5/2013, Then Count = 0.
It can't be a field on the record because the count is global, ie everyone, including new members of the campaign must know what the Count is - so that I can then say:
If Count = 3, then send email #3.
Does that make sense?
I will look matrix fields - thanks!
Tour comment describes the solution you're working, which doesn't seem to work. Please provide we exactly what you want to achieve, because their might be a very simple way you haven't thought about yet.
P.s. What I consider a 'Matrix Field' is just a integer (number) field. A matrix (a table) has two axis. Leading up to many values. E.g. The number 1672390 are actually 7 different items, each having a value from 0-9. Or even more simple 11001 has 5 different items with a value true or false (1 or 0). This is very usefull when having to trigger on complex values. You could just say if the field is smaller than X and larger than Y. E.g. If 11001 is larger than 1000 and smaller than 1222.