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Go to the Sequences' page and click on the "New Sequence" button. This will trigger the Gmelius sequence's flow builder.
🔖 You can also bookmark this link: https://gmelius.io/automation/sequences/create
Set the first stage: Create an email
A Gmelius sequence always starts with an email. You can use your existing Gmelius templates or create a new email from scratch using as many variables as needed to personalize the content of your message.
This completes the 1st stage of your sequence. Gmelius' sequences support as many stages as you need.
Add steps to your sequence
To create a new stage, just click on the round pink "+" button.
You'll then see a modal displaying different conditions ("IF": replied, not replied, opened, not opened, ...) and different possible actions ("THEN": send email, add to a board, add a label, add a note, ...).
First choose one of the following conditions:
If there is no reply to your previous email
If your previous email got a reply
As soon as your previous email gets a reply
Go to the next step without specific conditions
* To build a sequence based on opens, always ensure that the option "Track this email" is enabled when you create or edit the email.
After selecting the period of time in which you want the condition to be verified (when applied), you select an action next to "Then":
✉️ Send email
Send a follow up email as the nest stage of your sequence
➡️ Move to board
Move the previous email conversation to a Gmelius board
🏷️ Add label
Apply a specific Gmail label to the email conversation
❌ Remove label
Remove a specific Gmail label from the email conversation
Snooze the conversation later
✍️ Add a note
Attach a Gmelius note to the email conversation
📂 Archive email
Remove the email conversation from your primary inbox
Once the flow of your sequence is complete, you can edit its associated global settings by navigating to the "Settings" tab.
Here is a list of the available settings you'll find:
Rename your sequence
Allow recipients to be enrolled in the same sequence multiple times
Insert the content of previous emails inside your emails
Unenroll recipients from receiving additional emails in this sequence upon reply
Block recipients from being enrolled in different sequences at the same time
Include an unsubscribe link
Pause the flow during weekends
Share and allow other users to edit the sequence