File and Folder Automation in StudioX - Course Reflection

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I love the course , It’s challenging. Although I am not as confident as I have been with previous courses. But I guess it only shows am improving and moving into complex automations.

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I also felt less confident about the material covered in this module. I was less engaged with file management, so it took me a few tries to pass the test.

Topic by topic RPA is increasing my interest to learn more

I have learned the important distinction between “Full Name” and just “Name”. Full Name is the full path, including extension. Also learned about filters in Select File. Great lesson!

I thought this section was too difficult for the beginning stages and something that should’ve been discussed later. I was really frustrated with this section.

This particular course was difficult for me. Which was surprising because I thought I was starting to get the hang of it all. There were missing solutions, so I felt a bit lost.

This section (File and Folder Automation) is difficult to understand. More practice is required to absorb the whole concept.

I liked this part of the course. I managed to do the examples correctly using only the PDF file. I really like this course because you learn many types of automation that practically make your work easier and you gain a lot of time that you can allocate to other activities.