Implio features a flexible rule engine, which controls all aspects of automation.
Rules are expressed in a simple language named Blang. It allows several conditions to be combined together using boolean logic and comparison operators.
These conditions can operate on the following:
Automation rules have an associated action that is triggered when the rule's conditions are satisfied for an incoming item.
Here is a description of all supported actions:
But what happens when several automation rules have matched an item, each with a different action (Approve, Refuse, Send to manual queue)? This is where the orchestration comes into play.
The orchestration turns a set of rule actions into a single moderation decision. It governs the priority of one action over another, and determines what happens when no automation rule with an actual action has matched.
This section describes the default orchestration for any new Implio team. We have found this orchestration to be the best-suited for most use cases.
The following diagram illustrates the priority between the different possible actions:
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