Autopilot Automation Guide

Richale Cabauatan Updated by Richale Cabauatan

Autopilot is DailyStory’s friendly, drag-and-drop automation builder. You can model out complex user journeys and experiences using Triggers, Actions and Conditions.

You can find all active Autopilot automations at Campaigns > Automations and campaign-specific Autopilot automations on the Automations tab within the campaign.

We put together this guide to help you understand how to use Autopilot.

Export an automation

If you've built an automation and would like to use it again, you can export any automation using the Export option. Just click on the ... options and select Export next to the automation you want to export.

This is available from either the all Autopilot automations page or the Autopilot automations list from within a campaign.

This will export an encrypted file [name of automation].autopilot.

You are now ready, should you choose, to import the .autopilot file.

Import an automation from a file

It's just as easy to import an automation. Navigate to all Autopilot automations, click the hamburger menu, and then select Import.

This will open a modal used to pick the automation file to import:

Select any export automation using the .autopilot file extension. This will import the automation and open the designer. You will need to assign the automation to an existing campaign or create a new campaign. You will also need to configure various settings within the automation to save it.

Import an automation from a URL

You can also import an automation from a URL. For example, if you are signed in to DailyStory, this URL will import a Hello World automation.

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