Choose the Operation type best suited to what type of provider you need to use. There are several types to choose from such as Variforrm, Flow, In App Data, Solutionsinfini, and If (under Logical operation).
You can specify a valid name to the Operation.
If you choose Variforrm, you will come across an Access Token field that you need to fill in order to successfully send the message.
You can enter the Sender's name here that you want to be shown on the receiver's end.
You can specify the type of Service here.
The Template ID can be auto populated by entering
$trigger.body.templateId. You can also enter an ID of your choice.
You can also auto populate a customized message template by entering
$trigger.body.message or enter the message as-is in this field.
Here you have to specify the Recipient's mobile number.
For In App Data
External User ID
External User ID is a property that has the ability to associate User IDs to associate with multiple records based on how many devices, mail addresses and phone numbers user uses to interact with your app/website. You can specify the External User ID here.
This is the display text that you want to be shown to the recipient. The length of the text cannot exceed 300 characters.
Delay in Seconds
In order to delay a notification, you can enter the delay time in seconds (ranging from 10s to 300s).
For If Operation
In order to send a notification only when a certain condition is met, you can use this operation.
You can specify the key which is to be compared.
You can choose the type of operator to use to implement your condition or logic.
Here you can enter the value that needs to be met in order for the notification to be fired.
You can specify the Flow UUID here.
You can select GET or POST method appropriate for your trigger.