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You got more familiar with StudioX, do you find it easy to use? How would you use the automation projects you built in this course?

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For me it is more easy to use compared with UiPath Studio. For non technical users could be a good option for them.

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Yes it is also very good for Business analysts and Pre-sales, who are directly in touch with client and demonstrate some use cases

I think StudioX easier than studio and it is sufficient for some small business issues, also it’s funny and comfortable when using, so i think it’s great.

I believe this will be very beneficial for automating common tasks for my team. Cant wait to continue!

Enjoyed this exercise a lot - finally worked :slight_smile:

Way easier than I expected - the experience with UIPath.
I love it and I am looking forward to see how to implement it into the ORG I am working with

I would most definitely use it to pull reports off of SharePoint and send via email.

Could not get this to work. I can see the Use Outlook Account resource, but there is no Send Outlook Email action available. When I go to Home-Tools, there is no Outlook extension or add-in available. Tried adding it from the Microsoft app store, but don’t see it there either.

@Scott_Canion, if you are using Studio X 2020.8, which is what I used, the action is just “Send Email” … not “Send Outlook Email”. This worked for me. Could work for you as well.

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After finishing the UiPath RPA Developer Advanced, this StudioX training is so much user friendly and fun to do, perfect for a non-coder personnel. But I can tell you can get a lot more miles using the Studio.

Enjoyed this exercise a lot - finally worked

Had a difficult time getting StudioX to recognize Excel. There were two issues. 1. The folder where the Excel file was located needed to be set to a trusted location within the Excel trust options. 2. The UiPath add-in would not be on when opening the Excel file.
It all works now though. Yeah! :slight_smile:

It’s very easy to use. I am going to automate the process of adding a new posts to my website

I am familiar with another RPA tool, and so far StudioX is quite straight forward. The only downside appears to be that you need to have Outlook installed to work with emails. I imagine that Studio Pro has more options :slight_smile: