Conditions are if-this-then-that rules determining which path a workflow should take. Often, workflows with conditions will come with multiple pathways.
Here's an example of an expense reimbursement workflow which uses the Conditions plug-in.
1. Double-click Notification plugin & set condition
You will see this popup for you to set conditions.
In the first dropdown, you are to select a form field from your form. In other words, these options can only come from existing fields in your form.
You can then set your condition as such:
2. Connect Conditions plugin correctly
The right purple connector stands for "true"; the left purple connector stands for "false".
In this scenario, where claims amount more than $1,000 is true, the request will be sent to 2 approvers. Where claims amount more than $1,000 is false, the request is routed to 1 approver.