The Divi Timer Pro plugin comes with three types of countdown timers, Auto-Restart, Evergreen, and Standard. Each of our three timer types include the option to choose what happens when the countdown timer ends. These features are essential guide your visitors and present information to them. This guide will teach you about each of these options.
What Are Expiry Actions?
Expiry Actions refer to changes that automatically happen when any of the countdown timers expire. These automations help convert your visitors into customers when the countdown timer reaches zero. The available options include hiding the timer, redirecting to another URL, showing a message, showing a button, hiding other content, and showing other content.
The Expiry Actions are all available for any of the timer types, including the Standard fixed timer. This provides the missing features you need when the timer ends. Othersise, the timer will reach zero and sit there awkwardly until you remember it, and the visitors won’t know what to do. It would look very unprofessioanl otherwise, so these are very important.
Expiry Actions also apply during the Auto-Restart timer Pause Interval. When the countdown timer has ended and it enters into a pause period of time, the Expiry Actions take effect and become active. So you may want to show a message or button, or show or hide some other content during the Pause Interval using the Expiry Actions.