I really love Workflow rules in Salesforce – it adds so much fun in configuration in the projects. They add a lot of flexibility in customisation and configuration, and if you are familiar with them, they can do a lot of tricks in the backend to make complex stuff work smoothly.
I have noticed that when my colleagues and partner consultants create Workflow rules which need to fire whenever a record is created and/or edited (i.e. the Workflow should fire no matter what and when you have changed on the record), they will put in something like this:
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