The zroutine_triggerdailyemail looks for users that have had activity in the last day and sends them the email from within zroutine_dailyemailfirst. I imagine your scenario would look for users that have signed up 1 day ago, 2 days ago etc. You’ll just need to set up an admin page with a button that fires the trigger workflow step manually for the first time.
Try playing around in this direction and bounce back with any questions.
Hey @SerPounce making good progress over here. Do you know if this works? Intended outcome: Today’s date minus 3 days. So if today’s date was the 17th, the Sign Up Date would need to be the 14th correct?
It says **+**Days though so not sure if me adding “-3” breaks it:
Hey there, I have similar case where I’m using an Airtable to update 3k + rows of data of my appdata. So I Scheduled an API Workflow on a list where it gets data from an external API (Airtable) and it works just fine. However, since it has to update 3k+ rows of data (and will continue to increase), I am running into capacity issues and the workflow times out must of the times.
Therefore, I run into the recursive API Workflows and have been trying to set it up but haven’t been successful.
step 1) Schedule an API workflow when a button is clicked. Make changes to a thing. I created a date field to record the date and time it was updated, and to be able to constraint those things that have been updated already.