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Autopilot User Guide
Last updated Jul 2, 2024

Text to workflow

Autopilot™ lets you use natural language instructions (also known as prompts) to describe the structure and outcome of a workflow. In Studio Web, you can also start building a workflow from one of the predefined prompt examples.

Based on your prompt, Autopilot identifies relevant activities and adds them in a logical sequence. Autopilot will then provide a visual preview of the proposed workflow, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of the automation's design and logic before proceeding to the actual development process. This preview enables you to make any necessary adjustments to your prompt. After confirming that the workflow works as expected, Autopilot dynamically builds the automation using the necessary activities to complete the described task.

You can also generate the next steps in your automation by typing in your prompts as annotations inside sequences. Besides your prompt, this process will consider the entire workflow, including variables, connections, and other activity-specific configurations to ensure that the context is as relevant as possible.

To learn how to use Autopilot's powerful text to workflow capabilities, see:

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