Pease help me.
what you can do is create a main scenario that is triggered by a webhook…then create multiple other scenarios that have different “watch woocommerce” triggers…and then all they do is call the webhook using a http request module (passing whatever data you need)
You can watch only the orders of one WooCommerce connection in one scenario.
It would look like this… for simplicity, lets say you want to watch orders, add a row to a spreadsheet, then send and email. Something like this:
this setup would only allow you to watch 1 store. what you could do instead is setup multiple ‘watch’ scenarios (each watching a different store), which then use a http request to access a webhook which triggers the main scenario
something like this:
Scenario 1 watching store 1
scenario 2 watching store 2
the http request in both above scenarios simply calls the same webook in your main scenario