Studio Web projects contain a single workflow just like in StudioX. To start automating, you can search through all available activities without installing any packages. Packages are automatically installed when you use activities that belong to them. Package updates are automatically applied on project reopening, keeping you up to date at all times without any heavy lifting.
The list of available activities and packages will be expanded continuously.
For now, activities from the following packages are available.
- Workflow Control
- (includes System, Orchestrator and WebAPI activities for those familiar with Studio and StudioX)
- Back Office Automation
- Microsoft Office 365
- Document Understanding
- IT Automation
- Amazon Web Services
- Amazon Workspaces
- Azure Active Directory
- Azure Windows Virtual Desktop
- Google Cloud
- NetIQ eDirectory
Each Activity has input and output properties. To configure an Activity, use the options in the contextual menu next to each property.
You can publish projects to your personal workspace feed. A process is automatically created when you publish a project to your personal workspace. You can then navigate to your personal workspace to schedule it, or to the Integration Service to run it based on an external event.
Please share with us your first experience with Studio Web.
You can do so by:
- filling in this form
- sharing your thoughts in the dedicated Forum Studio Web feedback category
- sending feedback directly from Studio Web with the Feedback button in the upper right corner
Good demo to start: Automating with Document Understanding: Processing I9 Forms
Office365 activities in Studio Web
GSuite activities in Studio Web
How are automation jobs executed in the cloud? Learn more about just-in-time robots here.