Let’s make sense of the definitions.
It is an automation mode when data is transferred within three minutes.
It is an automation mode when data is transferred immediately.
Some triggers have an opportunity to set up a schedule for data transferring.
Albato can not only send and receive data, but also perform some useful actions. Example: duplicate processing, phone number formatting, data filtering, data cropping, automation delaying. Follow this link to find the full list of tools.
This is a response from a third-party app that the action you want Albato to perform cannot be done for some reason. Errors stop the automation by default. The scenario is considered incomplete if one of the apps in the automation reports an error.
It is a process of transferring data between Albato and your account in another app. The number of connections in your Albato plan indicates how many accounts of one app you can use in the automation at the same time. So, for example, within the Basic plan you can transfer data between one Facebook account + one amoCRM account + one GetCourse account and so on. Services and apps are not limited. You can store more connections in your Albato account than specified in your plan, but you will not be able to start automation with all connections.
Data operation mode
Our automations support the Real-time data mode and the Data Migration mode. The last one allows you to migrate data for a specified period.
It is a scenario between your apps connected to Albato. The number of active automations can be limited.
It is a unit that you spend when steps of the automation are completed successfully. The number of operations is equal to the number of steps in the automation.
It is an event that starts an automation.
Automations consist of steps. It indicates any action on data, for example: sending data to Google Sheets or sending an SMS message.
This is a ready-made automation with the predefined setting fields.
It is an action that an automation scenario performs when the trigger occurs.