As the wiki moderator I have recently been reviewing the trigger section of the wiki (despite me being near illiterate regarding triggers). I have found multiple duplicated pages (4x redundancy in one case) and functions being mistaken for conditions. The native action definitions are sorted according to category but many also require parameters of some type. Would an additional indexing system sorting native definitions by parameters required and returned be helpful?
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An indexing system based on parameters required and returned can make it easier for users to find relevant information quickly. They can look up actions based on the specific criteria they need, streamlining the search process.By providing a clear structure that highlights the parameters of each native action, you can reduce redundancy and duplication of content. Users won't need to sift through multiple pages to find the information they're looking for.Users, especially those who are not experts in triggers, can benefit from a system that categorizes actions based on their parameters. It provides a clearer understanding of how each action functions and what inputs and outputs it requires. Myjdfaccount