Triggers is where it all starts. To be able to define a Transition, you first need to identify what conditions need to be encountered to qualify for triggering the designed Response.

Transitions Manager offers a wide range of Triggers that you can use to execute Responses. These triggers include:

a) WordPress Actions and Filters

b) Timed frequency (hourly, etc.)

c) Events occurring during the loading of a page or admin screen

d) Actions related to the lifecycle of a Post or Custom Post Type

e) URL-driven parameters

Each of the Triggers offers its own range of parameters that allow you to fine tune the execution of the Response. These parameters include:

a) Choice of one or more post-types to apply the Trigger

b) Choice of one or more pages or admin-screens

c) URL parameter definitions

d) Changes in post status