With a traditional rule (set/workflow/MPR), the Built-in Synchronization Account climbs up on a soap box with a megaphone and announces, “Everybody line up, single file”. He then proceeds to go to each person in line and individually asks them, “Do you have an update?”. Let’s say there are 100k users and only 5 have a change; he must still ask all 100k people individually. Once all 100k have been asked and the 5 changed identified, he tells them to get on the boat (sync rule) and leave the island (connector space).
With a system scoping filter based outbound sync rule, the Built-in Synchronization Account again climbs up on his soap box with a megaphone, only this time he says, “Raise your hand if you have an update”. Of the 100k users, the 5 changed people raise their hands and he tells them to leave. So, under the traditional method he may ask the same questions one hundred thousand times; with a scoping filter sync rule, he asks one question one time to one hundred thousand people.
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