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Dear community,

 

I have the following task: After checking whether a new contact exists in our connected Salesforce system I do two different actions. So far so good. That works perfect. But now I would like to go on on a single path. Is there a possibillity to connect the Yes and No branch after the actions?

 

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Thanks in advance

Andreas

 

screenshot-app.hubspot.com-2019.07.03-08_23_05.pngreconnection of two branches

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Community Thought Leader | Diamond Partner

Hi @Andreas_P 

 

Unfortunately, this is not supported by workflows currently. I would be pretty smart if it were and would simplify lots of workflows. 

 

As it stands, you have to duplicate whatever actions you want to continue after your if/then branch. 

 

Hope this helps.

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies
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Hello @Andreas_P 

I don't think we have such thing available in HubSpot workflows but the connection can be made easily.
What we can do is create another new workflow which will be continuation of the present one. And then in each branch of Yes/No, you can enroll the contact to the new workflow. Doing this, all your contacts from any of the branch will be enrolled to newly created workflow and there you can do the rest of the process.

Screenshot_2019-07-03 Unnamed Contact workflow HubSpot.png


Thanks

Digital Marketing & Inbound Expert In Growth Hacking Technology
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Community Thought Leader | Diamond Partner

Hi @Andreas_P 

 

Unfortunately, this is not supported by workflows currently. I would be pretty smart if it were and would simplify lots of workflows. 

 

As it stands, you have to duplicate whatever actions you want to continue after your if/then branch. 

 

Hope this helps.

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies
Advisor

Hello @Andreas_P 

I don't think we have such thing available in HubSpot workflows but the connection can be made easily.
What we can do is create another new workflow which will be continuation of the present one. And then in each branch of Yes/No, you can enroll the contact to the new workflow. Doing this, all your contacts from any of the branch will be enrolled to newly created workflow and there you can do the rest of the process.

Screenshot_2019-07-03 Unnamed Contact workflow HubSpot.png


Thanks

Digital Marketing & Inbound Expert In Growth Hacking Technology