Become one of our product experts and share your knowledge! :)

We love introducing new features!

We also are all for listening to our community :slight_smile:

This is why we want to give you the ability to create and showcase your knowledge.
Let’s enter the age where everyone is using the new variables in selectors feature instead of the awkward string manipulation :wink:

It is simple:

  1. Create a tutorial for one of the newly released features. See the list here.
    It can be for any of our products: Studio, Orchestrator, Robot or any new Activity.

    You can browse our New Features blogs to get the idea of how such a tutorial could look like.

  2. Post it in the RPA Developer section. Please add two tags to your topics:

  3. Reply with link to the tutorial in this thread for extra visibility

Feel free to collaborate with other users and be creative. A nice, universal sample project is also very welcomed to allow our users to quickly see new features in action :slight_smile:

Surprise us and inspire other users!

The submissions will be continuously reviewed and might end up added to our FAQ section or maybe even New Features blogs section for everyone to easily see!

We are dedicated to match our speed of development with the speed of adoption :slight_smile: This is why it is also important for you to bring awareness to those new features whenever you see an opportunity.

I am sure our Community Team will also be on the lookout for the biggest and most consistent contributors during selection process for future MVPs :slight_smile:


That’s a cool idea, I have created one for long running process using Orchestrator process.


This is great. I didn’t even know that there is this option in Orchestrator (need to read update notes) :smiley:


Hmm new features again i will check for it. :smiley: :smiley:

cheers :smiley:

Happy learning :smiley:


Hi Guys,

Here’s my first tutorial, I hope it’s useful. Thank you @loginerror for helping me with the editing. :slight_smile: