A post was split to a new topic: I m having trouble opening the Robot Path Excel file from the excercise. When i m using The "Use Excel file " resource and i m runining the rpa the file does not open, and i m not receving any error message
A post was split to a new topic: So, I’m having issues with the sending Outlook email part. I receive this error message "…An error occurred while trying to initialize the Outlook session. Make sure Outlook is installed on your system’
2 posts were split to a new topic: I am already stuck on the second step. How do I tell my bot to use the correct excel?
A post was split to a new topic: My autofill to bring in excel value doesn’t pick up the value. I confirmed is reading correct excel file and it writes the txn id back OK. But when it clicks into the fields - autofill isnt bring in the value. Why?
A post was split to a new topic: If I use the “Use Excel File” resource it opens the correct Excel File, but the “Get Text” action doesn’t work
A post was split to a new topic: There is a little mistake in the Reboot Your Skill course
A post was split to a new topic: I am presented with the following error when sending the email; apparently it does not allow to attach the .xlsx file since it is open. (Es posible que el archivo ya esta abierto o que no tenga permiso para abrirlo)
A post was split to a new topic: It appears that a lot of the issues I am encountering are due to lack of instructions or applications not functioning properly
great exercise, thanks
Love the exercise. A complete robot flow helps a lot!
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This exercise was beneficial for me in so many ways. I’ve done research and watched so many youtube videos trying to figure out a good way to document complex processes for the human and for the bot.
In this single exercise I learned a simple, but efficient, way to document both a human and a robot path - and it was so satisfying (as a beginner) to easily create an automation while following steps from a properly written diagram.
Yes, I believe using post-it notes on a whiteboard will help in breaking tasks down appropriately.
I enjoyed the latest challenge, and found that the path I followed was: Use Application (Outlook) [+ Use Excel] + Use Application (Outlook), and not the path followed in previous illustrations.
Yet, I suppose there will be more to know on how to create faster automation.