- Studio X
- How to install Studio X with images
- User interface to StudioX
- Benefits of studio X
- Studio T
What is Studio X?
StudioX will enable you to automate day-to-day tasks, taking away the tedious, repetitive work, and allowing you to focus on the most productive and creative areas. Citizen developers and regular business users will be able to build and run their own automations with the help of this new profile.
How does Studio X make that possible?
Install Studio X?
Some things to keep in mind before installing Studio X
|CPU||1.4GHz 32-bit (x86)||Dual Core 1.8GHz 64-bit|
|RAM||4 GB||4 GB|
StudioX requires one of the following versions of Microsoft Office: Microsoft Office 2013, 2016, 2019, or Office 365
Resolutions above 1024×768 are supported.
Running StudioX on such displays causes the StudioX Backstage view to be displayed incorrectly.
How do I install Studio X?
Follow these steps to install StudioX using the UiPath Community Edition.
If you already have UiPath Studio installed, please make sure you uninstall it before moving ahead with installing StudioX.
Open the https://www.uipath.com/start-trial webpage.
Select the Community Cloud option and log into your UiPath Platform account (you will need to create an account if you do not have one yet).
Select the the Download Studio (Community Preview) option from the Services tab and install the UiPathStudioSetup exec file.
Select the Community Edition option from the Activation Method screen.
Select the UiPath StudioX Preview from the Profile screen.
Select the Preview option from the Update Channel screen.
In StudioX, go to the Tools section and install the Excel AddIn.
That’s it! You’re now ready to start building your first automation.
How do I interact with the Studio X interface?
Here are some of the highlights of how you can use the UiPath StudioX Interface depending on your automation goals:
- The Activities Panel
Depending on the automation project you need to create, there are several activities you can choose from, in the Activities Panel. To help you identify different types of activities quicker, the left border of each activity has the color of the application it applies to. For example, Excel activities have a green left border, while Outlook. activities have a blue left border.
- The Application Cards
The Application Cards contain the scope of the application that is being automated. They give you context and filter the activities which can or cannot be added to a certain scope. Each card is represented by a specific icon and has a short description to help you identify quicker which card you need in your project.
- Designer Panel
Everything comes together in the Designer Panel. The entire automation project is represented by a diagram that offers a visual representation of the sequence of activities inside.
Studio X Building Blocks
– Default Excel Scatchpad predefined formulas
– New activities panel with filter per app type
– Common Scenarios
– Saved Values
– Excel, Outlook, Application Cards
– File System integration
– Expression selector for Excel, Outlook, Files
– Data Manager
– Text, Number, Condition Builder
Benefits of Studio X
– Straightforward business tasks automation
– Seamless integration with the file manager, Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Excel
– Simplified interface for easy access to features
– Command Pallete allows you to search in all the files associated with a project
– Intuitive labels and error handling
– Citizen developers and regular business users will be able to build and run their own automation with the help of this new profile of UiPath Studio.
An absolute delight to experience the announcements for launch of UiPath’s testing product at UiPath Forward III.
StudioT – Democratizing Test Automation | Accelerate business value by scaling automation | Share & reuse automation artefacts across IT Dev – IT Ops – Business.
Coming soon, in 2020.
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