Get started with StudioX - Find Your Unicorn Name

You’ve built your first robot today! How about you contribute to a collective brainstorm now?

Think about the top 3 automation examples that would either help you right now in your learning process or would just save a lot of time in your work! Below are some examples to get you started:

  1. Sending an automatic email to a group when someone contributes a new forum post.
  2. Emailing a supervisor a report that was downloaded and processed.
  3. Cleaning up your local folders.

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Today i built my first robot by using StudioX , it’s easy and comfortable to use studioX.

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First automation that i built today was easy and interesting… Looking forward to built more

I’m creating automation for accountants here’s some ideas:

  1. Create Contact in CRM when questionnaire is filled out
  2. Create Google Drive folder for Contact when new Contact created in CRM
  3. Send email to Contact explaining documents need to be uploaded to new Google Drive folder
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I am Enjoying working with UIPath to build Automation Processes. :partying_face: :partying_face:
Build 3 so far.
Namely

  1. Generating Sales in USD and Emailing it to me
  2. Finding Unicorn names and auto generate emails with same body and but Unique.unicorn names as signatures.
  3. Creating new suppliers and saving

Best,
Mikhail

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Working on automating NPS report- Salesforce, excel, outlook.

  1. Automate archiving of e-mails that are non-important and were not touched for 3 days.
  2. Gather all the new references about a company in the media in a file on a daily basis.

Emailing daily COVID check-in questions to office staff and automatically recording responses in an Excel spreadsheet.

First bot built in citizen developer training on Studio X. Cool. Have built other bots before in Studio … New useful bot would be one that completes my son’s daily covid status form for school. It’s repetitive, same info, monotonous and required daily.

create the first app was easy but found the install link was complex

I am new to this, followed the tutorial, was a good introduction experience.
The instructions were clear, the time needed and the result were inviting to experiment a little I choose the drop-down and even saved my excel sheet :wink:

Top 3 use cases in my case would be:

  1. Automating user creation and deletion within BMC FootPrints 11.x.
  2. Filling out web-form getting some of the information from a FootPrints Ticket, others from user input
  3. Creating Salesforce Opportunies based on information from SAP Offer.

Hello Robots, Hello Simulation :smiley:

  1. A robot that copies my finaciel Depot Excel files into a new file and gets the actual financial data, including the top10 holdings (better all), countries (%), segments and displays the total asset allocation regarding holdings and countries and segements. Idealy with a dollar amount to each holding / segment and countrie.

I could suggest building a tool to automate filling the weekly timesheet we have to send each week in my job.

Hello all,

Finished the tutorial and I think this solution would be great for filling any kind of Financial Statistical Report for Banks and other governament institutions.

Hi All,

I’m new to UiPath and am learning more about StudioX so that I can help automate I.T. processes and controls where I work. Some examples I can think of around automating admin/user access include:

  1. Pulling system admin/user access reports from I.T. applications
  2. Generating an e-mail with the system admin/user access reports and sending it to applications reviews so they can review to determine if admin/user access is still appropriate
  3. Automating testing to identify new admin/users added to the report since the last review and obtaining approvals for new admin/users as well as a termination report to identify possible exceptions that need correction.

Just created my first robot and looking forward to building one to validate and clean up CRM data.

Automation ideas:

  1. Take data from new hire lists and automate email to request shipping labels from facilities for equipment distributions.
  2. Automate periodic emails to employees with form-fill fields to confirm or update contact information on a monthly or quarterly basis.
  3. Automate data input from equipment returns and subsequent email of receipt along with email confirmation to applicable departments.
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First automation that i built today was easy and interesting

It was easy and fun to create my first BOT today. First ideas:

  • run and format accounting reports
  • input data into the ERP
  • save files into sharefolders

It is nice today for me to start my first Robot for Automation.
I will continue my learning through this free platform and hopefully I can automate a Java Base application by my own.

Thanks UiPath.