Conditional Logic Modules help you make decisions and route conversations based on data within the conversation.
This may be from a question you have asked the end user, or it may be from external data you have brought in from an external data source during the conversation.
Remember, if you are referencing a pre existing value, check out Referencing Data for the options there.
For all the True/False Modules, it will automatically create the junction for you, as apart of a group, as there is only ever success or failure.
For the remaining Modules, you will need to create the junction yourself, as it will depend on your requirements.
The modules are:
Is a referenced value more than another one
Is a referenced value less than another one
Does a referenced value equal another one
Does a referenced string exactly match another one
Does a referenced string contain another string
Does a referenced string start with another string
Does a referenced string end with another string
Does the referenced string exist
Route the conversation automatically based on the locale of the user. For this you need to create states in the junction that match the locale name, and also specify a fallback state for when locale is unavailable.
Route the conversation automatically based on the channel the user is coming from. For this you need to create states in the junction that match the channel names you use, and specify a fallback state as well.