The advanced lead flow screen is a great place to route your leads within Follow Up Boss based on particular criteria. Here are some examples of what you can do with advanced lead flow rules:

  • Send leads over $500,000 to Agent Bob
  • Send leads in zip code 28105 to Agent Jill
  • Send leads for a listing with MLS number 3201391 to Agent Sally
  • Send leads with no phone number to Broker Jack and run a particular action plan.
  • Send leads with specific tag "Downer's Grove" to Team A.
  • ...just to name a few.

Accessing Advanced Lead Flow Rules

Routing Leads by Tag or Zip Code

This video covers:

  • Routing a single tag or zip code to an agent or group.
  • Routing multiple zip codes or "zones" to an agent or group.
  • Using custom tags for automatic routing. 

Note: We utilize tags that are automatically sent to Follow Up Boss upon registration or event. Some sources send basic tags like zip code, while custom API integrations or forms can send any variety of tags.

Routing Leads by Price

This video covers:

  • Routing leads over a certain amount to a specific agent.
  • Creating price ranges for automatic distribution to an agent or group.
  • Creating a compound rule. (E.g. Splitting a zip code by price.)

Routing Leads by Phone Number

This video covers:

  • How to apply specific action plans based on if a lead came in with a phone number.
  • The same principle can be used to route leads to agents.

Routing Leads by MLS Number

This video covers:

  • How to send specific properties to an agent or group.

Note: We use the MLS number sent to us by the lead provider. Systems like Zillow, Realtor, and Trulia send MLS numbers the most consistently. Your website provider may need to do a custom integration to have FUB access the MLS number.

Advanced Lead Flow Example

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The above screenshot shows an example of an advanced lead flow rule for buyer leads coming from BestHomes.com. 

In this example, if the lead has a tag for zip code 9800198002 or 98003 AND is looking at a property over $250k, this lead will be assigned to Anthony. 

If the lead does not match this criteria, the next rule will be checked, finally falling back to the Default Rule, where the lead will be assigned to Tom.

Combining Rules

You can add several rules and have several conditions within each rule. This makes for powerful and flexible combinations for assignment and action plans. 

Note that the rules will be processed from top to bottom and each rule can either check ALL conditions or ANY conditions to match the rule.

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