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Schedule Based Rules

Monitor the state of your ads by checking them at a set interval to see if they meet the evaluation_spec criteria. For Schedule Based Rules, an additional schedule_spec is required.

curl \
-F 'name=Rule 1' \
-F 'evaluation_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'execution_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'schedule_spec={
     "schedule_type": "DAILY"
   }' \

-F "access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>" \
https://graph.facebook.com/<VERSION>/<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>/adrules_library

Schedule Spec

The schedule_spec of a rule determines how frequently you want it to run. We denote this interval in the schedule_type field.

Schedule Type Description

DAILY

Run the rule at midnight in the ad account's timezone.

HOURLY

Run the rule at the start of every hour.

SEMI_HOURLY

Run the rule at the start of every half-hour.

CUSTOM (Example)

Run the rule at customized schedules.

If schedule_type is CUSTOM, you must also specify the list of custom schedules, or times when the rule should run.

In the schedule list, each individual specification can be composed of a combination of the following fields. The only requirement is that at least one of start_minute or days must exist in each entry.

Field Description

start_minute

Time in minutes after 12:00AM. Must be a multiple of 30 minutes. If this is set and there is no end_minute, this determines the exact time to run the rule. Otherwise, it uses end_minute to determine the range of time to run the rule. If this is not set, the rule runs SEMI_HOURLY for each day in days.

end_minute

Time in minutes after 12:00AM. Must be a multiple of 30 minutes and after start_minute. If set, this uses start_minute to determine the range of time to run the rule. If end_minute is the same as start_minute, it also determines the exact time to run the rule.

days

List of days to run the rule. Each day must be a value from 0-6. 0 is Sunday, 1 is Monday, and so on, ending with 6 as Saturday. If this is not set, the rule runs on all 7 days based on start_minute and, if exists, end_minute.

For more information on how to use CUSTOM schedule types, see Advanced Scheduling.

Here's an example of an evaluation_spec. This rule applies to all objects in the initial list of ids that, in the last 7 days, have had more than 10000 impressions. In this case, we do not need the entity_type filter, since we defined a static list of initial objects using an id filter with no prefix.

curl \
-F 'name=Rule 1' \
-F 'schedule_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'evaluation_spec={
      "evaluation_type" : "SCHEDULE",
      "filters" : [
       {
         "field": "time_preset",
         "value": "LAST_7_DAYS",
         "operator": "EQUAL"
       },
       {
         "field": "effective_status",
         "value": ["ACTIVE"],
         "operator": "IN"
       },
       {
         "field": "id",
         "value": [101, 102, 103],
         "operator": "IN"
       },
       {
         "field": "impressions",
         "value": 10000,
         "operator": "GREATER_THAN"
       }
     ]
   }' \
-F 'execution_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F "access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>" \
https://graph.facebook.com/<VERSION>/<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>/adrules_library

Here is another example. This rule applies to all ad sets under the ad campaigns with ID 101, 102, 103 that use only lifetime budgets, and have been created for less than 48 hours. In this case, we do not need a time_preset filter, since there are no Insights filters.

curl \
-F 'name=Rule 1' \
-F 'schedule_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'evaluation_spec={
      "evaluation_type" : "SCHEDULE",
      "filters" : [
       {
         "field": "entity_type",
         "value": "ADSET",
         "operator": "EQUAL"
       },
       {
         "field": "campaign.id",
         "value": [101, 102, 103],
         "operator": "IN"
       },
       {
         "field": "budget_reset_period",
         "value": ["LIFETIME"],
         "operator": "IN"
       },
       {
         "field": "hours_since_creation",
         "value": 48,
         "operator": "LESS_THAN"
       },
     ]
   }' \
-F 'execution_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F "access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>" \
https://graph.facebook.com/<VERSION>/<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>/adrules_library

Here is an example of an execution_spec. This rule increases the budget of all matching objects by 10%, with a maximum execution limit of 5 times. This means that for every object that could potentially be matched, it could individually only have a 10% increase in budget at most five times.

curl \
-F 'name=Rule 1' \
-F 'schedule_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'evaluation_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'execution_spec={
     "execution_type": "CHANGE_BUDGET",
     "execution_options": [
       {
         "field": "change_spec",
         "value": {
           "amount": 10,
           "unit": "PERCENTAGE"
         },
         "operator": "EQUAL"
       },
       {
         "field": "execution_count_limit",
         "value": 5,
         "operator": "EQUAL"
       }
     ]
   }' \
-F "access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>" \
https://graph.facebook.com/<VERSION>/<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>/adrules_library

Here is another example. This rule pauses all matching objects and sends an email to a list of users.

curl \
-F 'name=Rule 1' \
-F 'schedule_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'evaluation_spec={
    ...
   }' \
-F 'execution_spec={
     "execution_type": "PAUSE",
     "execution_options": [
       {
         "field": "user_ids",
         "value": [1001, 1002],
         "operator": "EQUAL"
       }
     ]
   }' \
-F "access_token=<ACCESS_TOKEN>" \
https://graph.facebook.com/<VERSION>/<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>/adrules_library