If you are actually using the lead life cycle to move folks through different stages then you will not need to use the flow set change revenue stage. I personally prefer to set up a program and use flow steps to move people from revenue stage to revenue stage as that gives me a lot more control and I have the lead life cycle listen to changes in the progression steps of of that program to move people through the model.
What you have set up sounds fine for date stamping.
If someone unsubscribes, I drop their score and they go back to sitting in the stage where lead score = zero no activity.
Thank you, Jessica!
Just to clarify, you just set up your revenue model and then manage lead flow through smart campaigns externally in a lead lifecycle program?
I was under the impression these had to be built into the transition rules of the model.
Do you know of any implications if I move our transition rules to the lead lifecycle campaigns? Is there any effect on our current revenue model or it's members?
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Correct to the first question.
The way that I set it up is to use transition rules triggered on program status change of the lead life cycle program externally. If program status is changed new status is X old status is Y.
You still have to have transition rules in the model, but it is listening to what's happening in the lead lifecycle external program.
Here's a link to a blog that describes this method.
Thank you, Jessica! I'll take a look at the resource.