For this example, we will create a Rule within a Redirect Response Mode configuration.
In this example, we have created two Rule Groups. The Rule Groups are processed in order.
The user scans a tag for the first time and therefore the scan count is 1. As the scan count is less than 5, then the first Rule Group will be matched and the Rule Group URL : https://seritag.com will be the response. Therefore, the user scanning the tag will be redirected to our seritag website.
In this instance, the scan count is now 5. The first Rule Group no longer matches so ixkio will proceed to the second Rule Group.
This has two Rules. The scan must be from an NFC tag and the scan count is less than 10.
In this instance, the scan would match the second Rule Group and the Rule Group URL : https://seritag.com/learn/ would be returned.
Now, neither the first or second Rule Groups would match and the response would default to the 'Rule Set Default URL'. In this example, the response returned would be https://ixkio.com. Therefore, the user scanning the tag would be redirected to our ixkio website.
If the first four scans were from an NFC tag and the fifth scan was from a QR code, then the scan count would still be five (as ixkio's scan count is for both NFC and QR).
However, while the scan count is less than 10, the fifth scan was not from an NFC tag and therefore the second Rule Group would not match.
The response would therefore default to the Rule Set Default URL.