Workflow Condition Configurations

Workflow Condition Configurations are statements that can be utilized in Workflow Conditions and Workflow Forms. These are generic statements that can be used to alter the way Work Flows and Call Flows operate. Condition Configurations are all Workflow Tag-based and are a series of comparisons. Workflow Tags and Components are variables (cannot contain underscores) in the Presence Screen-Pop functionality.

Setting Up & Maintaining Workflow Webhook Configurations

Navigate to the Kerauno Dashboard > Workflow Tools > Webhook Configurations module of your system. Your dashboard may be empty but could look similar to the screen displayed in Figure 01 below.

Figure 01 Webhook Configurations ManagementFigure 01: Webhook Configurations Management

In the top-right press theAdd Condition Configuration Buttonbutton.

You will be prompted to fill in three different inputs here:

The Name is the visual representation of the Workflow Condition throughout the entire platform.

The Conditions are a series of logical statements that evaluate as true or false depending on the state of the workflow. There are three inputs per condition (and you can have unlimited conditions per configuration).

  • Workflow Tag is what is being compared.
  • Condition Operator compares Workflow Tag to the Comparison Value. (See Conditional Operators).
  • Comparison Values is compared against the Workflow Tag & Condition Operator.

Once you have filled out the form, click theCreate Condition Configuration Buttonbutton to add it to the system.

Congrats! You now have a functioning Workflow Condition Configuration in your Kerauno Workflow Platform.

How Webhook Configurations Work

Webhook Configurations are utilized in Workflow Forms and Workflow Webhooks. When a Workflow Webhook Configuration is utilized it sends the current set of tags in the data payload to the url utilizing the request method. The response of the API is then utilized to consume two sets of data, the first set is the tags array and the second set is the option lists.

The tags will be added to the existing workflow; existing tags are updated.

The options will be saved for the existing workflow as a set of options for clients to choose from. (These can be loaded in Workflow Forms as select lists.)

Example Data Sent to Server:


  • "dialed_number":"+13175556194",
  • "caller_id":"\"Indianapolis IN\" <+13175554447>",
  • "source":"+13175554447",
  • "destination":"+13175556194",
  • "duration":"0",
  • "disposition":"NO ANSWER",
  • "unique_id":"1519908729.1583",
  • "campaign":"Google"


Example Response from Server:


  • "tags":{
    • "partner":true,
    • "level":"platinum",
    • "customer":"04fda7d95403ca5b687269820ebde78e"


  • "options":{
    • "customers":{
      • "658c9c074ae8391f20d0da57e8ddcd24":"Customer 0 (Account #6053-157)",
      • "a71ffb4f966304a0f78adeb0f6ccd21c":"Customer 1 (Account #8685-921)",
      • "a3ab43bc31f48c4fdbda52b960ccdfe6":"Customer 2 (Account #6749-248)",
      • "9c71e17d5c62437c0c6b5851f1d6ccde":"Customer 3 (Account #9927-294)",
      • "12cffe7af39d3ed51c6eb9027ec6e484":"Customer 4 (Account #8342-739)",
      • "04fda7d95403ca5b687269820ebde78e":"Customer 5 (Account #3240-919)",
      • "e96f25fcb3d10b490d2ac5e34cb7ad20":"Customer 6 (Account #7004-283)",
      • "07cba7916b05ddb8253330d91df6a31c":"Customer 7 (Account #6076-216)",
      • "1b11a04a6dc63d3c2c05875db1884c15":"Customer 8 (Account #4890-546)",
      • "257e659394c1752a9e6985a3f974b27a":"Customer 9 (Account #7554-690)"