The term "stop" refers to a type of step that can be incorporated into your automation.
The stop step collects recipients at the end of a workflow branch. Using a stop step allows you to add more to the workflow in the future. Build out the rest of the branch after the Stop, when you're ready to move those recipients forward, remove the Stop. They'll flow to the next step.
If you have an automation set to allow contacts to re-enter, you should not use Stop steps at the end of your branches.
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