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Automatically show the input and output parameters of sub files when using execute script
It would be great if we can automatically show input and output parameters when we use the execute script command. In current state we need to manually flip back and forth between scripts and look at the files that have inputs and outputs so we ca...
To start new projects, we often start by copying another script, leaving many variables, routines or assets without any reference in the development, also because sometimes we forget to delete it, anyway.
Given this, it would be very productive...
Use local time-zone in email-search-fliter command
We have to manually calculate the timezone difference before input into the email search filter. Is it possible to give choose-timezone options or use-local-time zone option for this command? It is really inconvented to calculate timezone differen...
Execute different parts of the script, skipping some steps of the process
The idea would be to be able to execute different parts of the script, skipping some steps of the process without these steps being processed, that is, we can execute the beginning of the script and jump to the end of it without having to process ...
The Dashboard feature of IBM RPA does not have a dedicate data source for chatbots. Creating dashboards for chatbots that use guided user interaction (i.e. limited options for the user) is simple enough, just using counters is enough. For chatbots...
Functionality that would be helpful is if our human in the loop commands had these additional functionality. Multiple Select Options - Have the ability to have customizable Buttons and dropdowns by feeding in a list Allow for message box command t...
Include DBA out-of-the-box connectors with IBM RPA
It would be nice to have BAW, ODM, Filenet, CMOD connectors to be pullable as commands instead of always built from scratch. This has been listed as a reason why customer is no longer interested in IBM RPA. We speak to our placement within the clo...
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