Understanding Submission Types Filters


In the dynamic environment of e-commerce, understanding and utilizing different submission types filters can be a game-changer in personalizing and optimizing your sales funnel. Gymini offers a range of filters that help in distinguishing between various purchase types such as primary, bump, and upsell purchases. This guide will delve into the intricacies of submission types filters, their impact on order form submission triggers, and the different conditions and custom values that can be utilized.


Submission types filters in Gymini are designed to facilitate a more targeted approach to order processing by distinguishing between primary, bump, and upsell purchases. This guide will cover:

  • Understanding different submission types: primary, bump, and upsell

  • The impact of these filters on existing order form submission triggers

  • The various filter types, if/else conditions, and custom values available for use

Submission Types Filters Explained

Gymini offers three main submission types filters, each serving a distinct purpose:

  1. Primary: This filter is activated when any primary product is purchased at the checkout on the order form.

  2. Bump: This filter comes into play exclusively when a bump product is purchased on the order form, without which the trigger will not work.

  3. Upsell: This filter is reserved for cases of upsell purchases, and will not be activated during the purchase of primary or bump products on the order form.

Impact on Existing Order Form Submission Triggers

Implementing these new submission types filters will not alter any existing order form submission triggers. However, to leverage the benefits of order-related custom values, including coupon information and product line items, it is recommended to use the "Order submitted" trigger.

Utilizing Filter Types, If/Else Conditions, and Custom Values

Gymini offers a rich set of options to tailor your triggers precisely to your needs. Here is a breakdown of the various options available:

  • Trigger Filters: These include filters based on product, price, order source, submission type, funnel, and page, with different operators and selectable items to fine-tune your triggers.

  • If/Else Conditions: These conditions allow you to create triggers based on various parameters such as order source, product, payment gateway, order total, submission type, and funnel, offering a wide range of selectable items and operators.

  • Custom Values: Gymini provides a plethora of custom values categorized under "Order" and "Order>Customer" to help you personalize your triggers further, including details like currency symbol, cart total, customer ID, and full address, among others.

Will this trigger impact existing Order form submission triggers?

No, this should not make any changes to an existing order form submission trigger. However, we recommend using the Order submitted trigger to make use of the order-related custom values along with coupon information and product line items.




Selectable Items


Order Source

is, is not

Order form



is, is not

Global product


Payment Gateway

is, is not

Stripe, Paypal


Order Total

Numeric operators

Numeric operators


Submission Type

is, is not

Primary, Bump, Upsell



is, is not

Funnel names

Custom Value Category

Custom Value


Currency symbol ($)

Currency code (USD)

Cart Total

Order total

Coupon code

Total discount

Created on

Created at

Payment Gateway

Order ID


First Name





Full Address




Postal Code


Submission types filters in Gymini are instrumental in distinguishing between different purchase types, thereby enabling a more targeted approach to order processing. While these filters do not affect existing order form submission triggers, they open up a world of possibilities with a rich set of filter types, if/else conditions, and custom values, enhancing your ability to personalize and optimize your sales funnel.


Understanding and leveraging submission types filters in Gymini can significantly enhance your e-commerce strategy by allowing for a more nuanced approach to order processing. By distinguishing between primary, bump, and upsell purchases, and utilizing the rich set of filter types, if/else conditions, and custom values, you can create a more personalized and optimized sales funnel. Equip yourself with the knowledge from this guide to make the most of these features in Gymini.

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