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WordPress.org supports following triggers and actions

All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow

Post created or updated

Triggers when a post is created or updated

Comment posted or edited

Triggers when a comment is posted or edited

User added or updated

Triggers when a user is added or updated

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All Actions - Action are the automated tasks

Create post

Creates a new post

Create user

Creates a new user

Update user

Updates the details of an existing user

Update templated user

Updates the meta fields of a templated user

Fetch user

Fetches the details of an existing user

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    What is WordPress.org?

    WordPress.org is a free, open-source content management system that enables you to create and publish web pages. It provides a web template system with themes and also allows you to customize your websites using plugins.

    Categories : CMS, Websites

    What is Zoho Flow?

    Zoho Flow is an integration platform that helps you connect your apps without any code. Automate complex business workflows within minutes. Set a trigger, add actions, use Delays and Decisions to create your entire workflow on an easy to use builder.

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