You can drop conditional nodes at any location in your funnels.
 
Here is a screenshot showing several rules in one funnel to route the traffic to different offers:

You have access to the following attributes for condition nodes (and you can group them with OR and AND operators):

  • Location: Continent
  • Location: Country
  • Location: Region
  • Location: City
  • Location: Timezone
  • Device: Type
  • Device: Brand
  • Device: Model
  • Device: OS
  • Device: OS Version
  • Device: Browser
  • Device: Browser Version
  • Device: Display Width
  • Device: Display Height
  • Device: Name
  • Device: Manufacturer
  • Device: Pointing Method
  • Device: Connection Speed
  • Device: Wifi Support
  • Device: NFC Support
  • Device: Dual Orientation Support
  • Device: Cookies Support
  • Device: 3rd-Party Cookies Support
  • Device: iFrames Support
  • Device: Embedded Videos Support
  • Device: HTML 5 Support
  • Device: Javascript Support
  • Device: Click-To-Call Support
  • Device: Click-To-SMS Support
  • Device: Click-To-MMS Support
  • Device: MP4 Videos Support
  • Device: MOV Videos Support
  • Device: FLV Videos Support
  • Device: WMV Videos Support
  • Device: Flash Support
  • Device: PDF Support
  • Connection: IP
  • Connection: ISP
  • Connection: User Agent
  • Connection: Referrer
  • Connection: Current URL
  • Time: Date
  • Time: Day of Week
  • Time: Day of Month
  • Time: Month of Year
  • Time: Time of Day
  • Quantity: Number of Visitors
  • Quantity: Number of Visitors Today
  • Traffic Source
  • URL Tracking Field
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