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In-product outage information and other important news in a modal once we log into the Control Center
Currently, users only get notified of shortages via email. This is easily missed due to the number of emails we all receive.Having a modal once you log into the tenant would be the best way to deal with this.
Running bots on the same VM with different user accounts
We know that In IBM RPA, we do not have the ability to run bots on the same VM with different windows user accounts because it works with console sessions of Windows and cannot have two console sessions so is their any option to make it works with...
Allow to open a browser (Chorme/firefox/edge) by command example: chorme.exe or by a Windows Bat script, after opening that browser, being able to find the open browser and associate it to a browser instance, today, there is only the command to fi...
Have a public API to queue in the first queue of the process
When I use Process Orchestration, with systemic queue, I need to insert a message in the first queue, to start the execution. But I can only insert via bot, so I can't make another system(BAW) start my Process, inserting an item in the queue.So I ...
When a bot runtime fails, add a shortcut in the web client to send the error and the error line number to the clipboard
In the web client, looking at a job log, we can click on details to see all the logs. Often enough, we only care about the error message that made the bot crash. Having a button that puts the error line number and the error message on the clipboar...
Currently, all bots that get published are stored in a root folder. In a large organization, this can be come hard to manage. If the product would allow folders to be used that would be extremely helpful.
Instead of creating by yourself the selector or use the web inspector to create it, allow Click activities and Type activities (in browser and Desktop) to select the button or field to click or type and identificate automatically the selector.
Integrate Process Mining with RPA, right from the Process Mining product. We should be able to create an RPA bot from the Task Mining output from Process Mining, to speed up the bot design/creation process.
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