Hello, I have a product with a special price if you are suscribed to a second product, so in case a customer unsuscribes from the second, I need to notify him that he needs to change the plan or otherwise his subscription will be over and he will loose all the data. So I have been checking events on Stripe when that occurs, and would be much easier if the event “customer.subscription.updated” was triggering my zap, but that doesn’t happen. Instead, there is a cancelation and a new subscription. Alright, I have argued enough with stripe about the info they send to Zapier, so I would prefer to adapt to the situation I find. So my plan was to check the cancelations once there is a new subscription. If there is no data, that’s a real new plan. If the cancellation happened in the last 10 seconds, that’s a swapped plan. But I cannot find the way to ensure that the cancellation I get is the very last cancelation that has happened. Sometimes I receive the event and when I check about the canceled plan, the date is from three months ago. So can anyone figure out how to find the last cancelation?
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