Quick Introduction to UiPath Picture-in-Picture (PiP) Tutorial

Two of the neatest features UiPath has released in a while are Block User Input and Picture-in-Picture mode (PiP).

Picture-in-Picture Tutorial

In this quick UiPath Picture-in-Picture tutorial, I show you how to launch PiP with UiPath Assistant, and then show you some of the benefits and drawbacks of the Picture-in-Picture feature. The big problem? Well, it isolates the UiPath Robot, but the logged in user working at the terminal can still interact with the RPA robotic process, which isn’t good if the robot needs to click buttons or input user data.

UiPath PiP and Block User Input

All of this can be fixed of course. The block user input activity combined with Picture-in-Picture addresses it. But first things first. Here’s a quick UiPath Picture-in-Picture example that demonstrates how to use this new UiPath Assistant feature.

For those who don’t know about it, this quick tutorial steps you through it.

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