Other Blocks

Other blocks are applied to solve various tasks, for example:

  • Ending workflow paths
  • Creating and updating contacts
  • Sending obligatory messages
  • Creating separate events for each contact in a segment.

Other blocks include:

  • End
  • Task
  • Webhook
  • Sprayer
  • Check point
Other blocks


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The task of this block is to request the specified URL (use only the HTTPS protocol). Available request types are GET and POST. Data format: JSON, XML, text.

Use webhooks, when you need to access the data source by reference to return a promo code or authorization token, and then display this data in a message within a workflow. With this block, you can also transmit to the specified address:

  • parameters from the event that launched the workflow,
  • (additional) fields of the contact on which the workflow launched.

To correctly set up the block, in one of the fields, enter the name of the corresponding variable from the event, by which the contact is identified.

The table below shows examples of the parameters that should be used in these fields:

Launch method / Field in the workflowContact IDPhone numberEmail
For a dynamic segment${contactId}${phoneNumber}${emailAddress}
By field change${contactId}${phoneNumber}${emailAddress}

Where instead of a parameter you should enter the name of the parameter, containing the value of the contact ID, phone, or email in the form in which you transmit it in the event. Enter it without spaces and with preservation of case.



The Webhook block is used only in combination with the block for sending a single message in any channel, and also with the Variable matches regular expression block. For workflows where a message is sent to a group, the Webhook block does not apply.

Read detailed instructions on setting up, testing, and managing webhooks in workflows.


The block creates events for each contact of the selected segment.

As a rule, if the workflow is launched for a segment, you cannot add the blocks designed for contacts. Sprayer enables to do so.

It works as follows:

  • The workflow for a segment has been launched (the segment ID was passed in the event, or the segment is selected in the Sprayer settings).
  • The workflow reaches the block Sprayer.
  • A separate event for each contact is created (transition from segments to contacts).
  • This event launches a workflow for each contact.

The events created by the block contain an email address and contact ID. This makes it possible to launch a different workflow with these events and use contact blocks.


The block has 2 parameters:

  • Segment: required parameter. Select the segment in the drop-down menu or specify ${segmentId} variable.
  • Event: required parameter. Select the event you want to create.

When you select the segment in the block parameters, you can proceed to its preview and copy the ID.

Segment preview

Events must be created beforehand in AutomationEvent types.



Sprayer will trigger the event only if the segment includes less than 1 000 contacts.
All attempts to trigger the event for a bigger segment are displayed in Statistics.

Check Point

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