Operator rules

Fixtail rules depend on “operators” which tell the app what orders to use and which to skip. This is handy and needed when you sell several products using the same Stripe account.

Equals exactly or Matches exactly: this has to be an exact match. I.e. if the description rule is Equals “Bananas” then it won’t collect orders with descriptions of “$132 payment for Bananas”.

Contains: this will catch any orders that have the value in them. I.e. if the description rule is Equals “Bananas” then it will collect orders with descriptions of “$132 payment for Bananas”.

Starts with: this will catch orders that have values that begin with what you enter in the value field. I.e. if the description rule is Starts with “Bananas” then it won’t collect orders with descriptions of “$132 payment for Bananas” because it ends with “Bananas”.

Ends with: this will catch orders that have values that finish with what you enter in the value field. I.e. if the description rule is Ends with “Bananas” then it will collect orders with descriptions of “$132 payment for Bananas” because it ends with “Bananas”.

Less than: For pricing only, this catches orders that are less than the value you enter. I.e. if your rule is Less than “$30” then it will grab orders $29 and less, but not $30.

Less than or equal to: For pricing only, this catches orders that are less than or the same as the value you enter. I.e. if your rule is Less than or equal to “$30” then it will grab orders $29 and less, but also grab orders that are $30.

Greater than: For pricing only, this catches orders that are higher than the value you enter. I.e. if your rule is Greater than “$30” then it will grab orders $31 and more, but not $30.

Greater than or equal to: For pricing only, this catches orders that are higher than or the same as the value you enter. I.e. if your rule is Great than or equal to “$30” then it will grab orders $31 and more, but also grab orders that are $30.

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