This taxonomy term is used for modules that integrate with Rules (

Administration Actions

admin_actions displayed as unthemed buttons beside node content.


This features exposes more buttons for performing single actions upon a node,
eg, 'rebuild node alias' or 'set field value to x'.

These actions are most useful for non-core actions and custom actions, such as
'check for broken links', 'convert to page',
or 'set expiry date 3 months into the future'.

admin_actions - quick configure process

Rules Extra Tokens

Rules Extra Tokens is a tiny module that contains a Rules Action to make the contents of a cookie or session variable available as a token, [cookie:value] or [session:value], for use in subsequent Actions in the same Rule.
No other tokens are supplied at this stage.

This module is very much related to and could (should?) be merged with:


This modules offers an easy way to create PDFs from OpenDocument (.odt) templates. The magic: Each template can hold a variety of placeholders/variables that can easy be replaced via rules.

This module integrates the free service. No registration required!

Thos module is developed and maintained by Kommune3


Entity reminders

This project's goal is to aggregate all the functionality of several Drupal reminder projects.

Main tenets of reminder API:

  • Reminder API only handles the storage configuration, notification, and repeat/unsubscribe functionality
  • Integrations only provide a reminder criteria, and eligible users

With Reminder API you can build reminders similar to the ones that many other modules provide like:

Drush Task for Rules

An example rule using a drush task as an action

Trigger drush tasks from actions taken on the website!

What? Are we in bizzaro-land here? Normally drush is the tool you use to do things to your Drupal! But what if you wanted Drupal to do something to your drush?

Now you can!

This module provides a new "Drush Task" that is an action that can be triggered by "Rules".
Once it's set up (there can be some glitches, and it may not work on all hosting environments) you can run drush commands when things happen!



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