New Action - Send Webhook
Sending Webhooks would allow to integrate with any software outside of WordPress (through Zapier for example). (A Webhook Trigger would also be great). In this Action the admin would select which fields to send (username, email etc.), and of course where to send (URL), maybe the request method (GET/POST).
Action: Send API request
There are many possible use cases e.g. if a user purchases product X dispatch a POST request to invite them to a private P2 blog. The API response would probably just have to be logged. We couldn't perform an additional action based on the response just yet. Fields: Method: GET, POST.. Authentication (would probably have to be stored in the DB) URL Content-type Query params This would be similar to the Send webhook action idea.
Add more rules for subscriptions
Would be useful to have more rules for subscriptions as an example: shipping country can be used to update shipping prices based on country (when using per product shipping).
Elementor Forms Integration
Add Elementor Form Submission to Trigger. Similar to Mailchimp for Wordpress integration. This can open innumerous possibilities, like popups, contact forms. Plus Elementor Forms allows other integrations like Mailchimp as well.
Group workflows into campaigns
Customers would also be able to opt-in and out of specific campaigns.
Add sign-up/subscribe popup shortcode
This would be similar to the new communication sign-up page but designed to be used in a popup. So the design would be different and the form would submit via AJAX. By adding this as a shortcode, users can use a third party popup plugin like Boxzilla to handle the frontend popup. Having this sign-up option would provide a good way to capture customer emails and then immediately perform automations like adding a tag to the customer. Benefits: add customer to third-party newsletter list customer email can be used for abandoned cart emails the customer could be sent a unique discount via a workflow