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What happens to historical metrics when changing a flow trigger?

  • 15 April 2022
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I have a welcome email that triggers anytime someone joins my master list. I want to change it to a segment triggered flow so when someone subscribes through the American edition of my website they get the welcome email in English.

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Since the flow has to be cloned to change the trigger, is it best to keep the draft version so I know open/click rate metrics before the change? Has anyone thought of this?

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Best answer by Taylor Tarpley 15 April 2022, 16:18

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Got it, thanks for the reply Taylor. I needed to get an idea on what the best practice would be.

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Hi @vylla001

 

Thanks for sharing your question with us!

 

Yes, you are correct, you will have to clone the flow to change the trigger to a segment. When you clone a flow, you will be creating a net-new flow, so the metrics will start at 0. Are you looking to officially retire your old Welcome Flow attached to your main list and create segment-triggered Welcome Flows based on languages? If so, yes I think that would be a good idea so you can know what was the normal metrics when you had everyone flooding into this old flow and can get a good idea of what would be a normal open/click rate when there’s a smaller pool of users being fed into these separate segment-triggered flows. 

 

I would check out the other topics on segment-triggered flows so you can gain more insight on them. 

 

Thanks for participating in the Community! 

-Taylor 

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