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Using Triggers, you can perform actions automatically when an event or change happens on a page. They can be helpful in many different contexts, such as responding to data changes, launching automated processes, or alerting support of potential problems. When configured correctly, event triggers are powerful tools for automation.
Follow these steps to create and configure a trigger.
- 2.In the left pane, click Add > Trigger.
- 3.Type the name in the Name field. This should be something that describes the mod.
- 4.In the Configuration section, enter the following information:
- 5.Optionally, you can Next, go to the Advanced: Match Rules section, and enter the following information:
This is optional information. In many cases, you may not need to configure any of these settings unless you're trying to do something specific.
- 6.URL match patterns determine which extensions run on a site or call an API. You can add URL match patterns in the Advanced: Extra Permissions section if the extension performs actions on a target tab not included in the site match patterns or if it calls an API without using an Integration. To do so:
- Click the Site, Domain, HTTPS, or All URLs shortcut to insert URLs automatically.
- Click ABC Text > Remove to remove a site from the list.