In this post it is explained that stopping a Zap using Code by Zapier is possible by adding a Filter step that references a variable that gets set in the Code step. So far so good.
However: To be more efficient, isn’t there a way to do this directly with Code? I suppose not. That’s a bummer.
My issue is related but the following: I have a Zap that triggers various secondary Zaps and each Zap is only running if it fulfills certain criteria (via a Filter step). It would be more efficient and probably less confusing to actually do the filtering/triggering in the primary Zap in the a Code step itself and specifically trigger the Zaps that are needed. Do you guys know of an example of this somewhere?
Currently, my Task history is full with Zaps that get filtered directly after the Trigger, which isn’t too bad, but doesn’t look nice.