UiPath Release Notes

UiPath Release Notes

April 2020

20th April 2020

Bug Fixes

  • You couldn't signup with your Google, Microsoft or LinkedIn identity if you've previously used that same email address and a password to create a Cloud Platform organization with the Community Cloud licensing plan, or if you've used that identity to create accounts in other UiPath products, such as Academy or Forum. Now you are seamlessly signed in to your existing Cloud Platform organization.
  • We've also improved a generic Unauthorized error message in case of users logging in to Cloud Platform while their tokens were expired. The message now displays User does not exist.

16th April 2020

Bug Fixes

  • We've updated the Invite User window to allow you to enter special characters such as ' when filling in the email addresses of your colleagues.

9th April 2020

What's New

Your automation journey gets even more exciting with the addition of StudioPro and Testing Robot license types, available now within your Cloud Portal's Licenses page. According to your licensing plan, you are entitled to a specific number of licenses of these new types. To start using them, allocate some of the new licenses to your Orchestrator services.

For your convenience, these license types are also shown in the license usage and distribution graphs and charts, both at organization and service levels.

Bug Fixes

  • An error appeared when you tried to save the changes made on Orchestrator services with a one-character long name. As a consequence, you needed to modify the service name to contain more characters, thus impacting your existing automation. A fix was introduced so that you don't have to rename such services while editing them.

Updated 5 days ago


April 2020


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