With decision splits, you can split a branch into 2 or more branches. When you add a new decision trigger, it splits the branch into 2 branches – ‘path 1’ and ‘everything else’ by default. Once you specify the criteria for ‘path 1’, users matching the criteria will take that path and all other users will take the ‘everything else’ path. You can also choose to create additional paths with their corresponding criteria. Paths are evaluated from left to right. So users who meet criteria for path 1, will take that route. Users who don’t qualify for path 1 will take path 2, if they meet the criteria for path 2 and so on for paths 3, 4, 5 etc. Users who don’t match the criteria for any of the paths, will flow through the ‘everything else’ path. For this reason, you will notice that you can specify the criteria for all paths, except for the ‘everything else’ path.
You can also change the name of the paths to something that’s more representative of the split. In the screenshot you can see a decision split with 3 paths: (1) California Users, (2) Texas Users and (3) Everything Else.