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How does "Queue Title" in Zapier's "Delay After Queue" differ from Loop Iteration?

  • 23 April 2024
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Delay after queueing

I don't understand the following explanation.

In the Queue title field, enter a title for the queue.
It will be delayed the specified amount of time after the last delay in the queue. You can enter up to 32 characters. The default is a unique queue for this step.

When you say 'Queue title field', do you mean to set 'Loop Iteration'?




Best answer by livedigm 23 April 2024, 15:11

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I set it up as shown, but the Loop runs all at once.
I want it to run sequentially at 10 minute intervals.

If anyone knows how to do this, please let me know in the comments, it would be very helpful.

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You've found your answer.
We just need to enter it as a string.
It feels good to have the problem solved.


The Queue Title should be a static/hardcoded value (not a mapped dynamic variable).

You want all rows added to the same Queue.

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That’s awesome @livedigm! We’re glad to hear that the issue is now resolved.

Thanks for sharing the solution, it will help other members in our community who might face the same problem.

Happy Zapping! ⚡️