Forms Activities - Now in Public Preview!

Forms Activities - Now in Public Preview!

We’re excited to announce our Forms activities package is now available in Public Preview!

This initial set of activities enable you to easily create forms to enable key scenarios around attended automation workflows.

:bulb: How to provide feedback

Have suggestions, questions, or issues? We want to hear it!

  1. Simply go to the Forms category
  2. And then click New Topic

Your feedback will be instrumental as we plan our roadmap and future releases.

How to install

UiPath.Form.Activities requires a minimum UiPath Studio version of 18.4. The activities package is available in the UiPath Beta feed. Please follow the steps below to install the package in UiPath Studio:

  • If you haven’t already, add the UiPath Beta feed to your Studio Manage Package window
  • In the Beta feed, check ‘Include Prerelease’, search for “UiPath.Form.Activities”, and install the latest version.
    ** :exclamation:Important - We must reiterate, make sure you check the ‘Include Prerelease’ checkbox :slight_smile:

The Forms Activities should be visible now in UiPath Studio, as shown below:

Activities List

  • Create Form – Allows RPA developers to include forms in workflows that can be presented to end users to review information and input decisions or data into workflows, utilizing WYSIWYG interface design.

Example Templates

These are a few sample templates within this Activities Pack that can be leveraged by using the Add Template button in the Form Designer. In this early preview the templates can be found at > This PC > Documents > UiPath > Activities > Forms > Templates.

Templates available in current build:

  1. Contact Information

  2. Credit Card Order Form

  3. CRM Support Ticket Form

  4. Feedback Form

  5. IT Service Ticket

  6. Supplier Invoice Submission Form

How to use

Creating forms using the new Forms activities in Studio.
Demo available here: https://youtu.be/HN4UhnAKN48

  1. In Activities, expand SYSTEM, and FORMS
  2. Select and drag CREATE FORM activity into your workflow.
  3. Click OPEN FORM DESIGNER
    FormsDesignButton
  4. In the Form Designer, browse for and drag components onto your canvas.
    a. Each component will require configuration for your workflow, including Display:

    b. Data Binding configuration (bind field to a form variable for use in your workflow):

    c. Repeat this for each field required in your form.
  5. Save your form, and integrate the form variables into your workflow.
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This is amazing, exactly something that I thought I will need in the future.
Keep improving UiPath! Good job for the team!

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Astonishing and very helpful if you are working in ticketing tool.

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Thank you for your feedback. Let us know with any further questions once you try it out.

Ramesh

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Wow this is awesome!!! I really needed this sort of thing in one of the workflows which I’m currently working on…

Thank you soo much for this… You guys are way too awesome :smiley::smiley::smiley:

Great work!!!

Keep being awesome as always!!!

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This would be really helpful in many cases, much needed! Kudos

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Easy way to give feedback.
Good initiative.

Regards,
Karthik Byggari

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Good job Team :clap::clap:

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Hi @rameshvenkat,

Amazing thing. Very good Job UiPath.

Regards
Balamurugan.S

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@rameshvenkat
WOW. this is really awesome update.
Thank you guys. Great Work :love_you_gesture::love_you_gesture::love_you_gesture::partying_face::partying_face::partying_face:

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Great Updates.

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It’s really good to hear from uipath.
Kudos to uipath

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Good job UiPath team…:clap::clap:

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great work !!

Great effort to delight more customers across planet. well done!

This is amazing

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AWESOME! Just yesterday planning to create form using WPF Activity…

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Nice. Keep going on Uipath!

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Yep. This is an awesome addition to UiPath.
Instead of multiple input boxes, we can design a form.

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Interesting…I was looking for this one long ago. Very much useful in attended use cases. Thanks for the team to put the thought process and effort on this.

Regards,
Balram

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