UiPath Release Notes

UiPath Release Notes

July 2020

28th July 2020

What's New

  • Visual Basic and C# and Visual Basic are two new options added to the Components uploaded/downloaded from the Marketplace. These enhance the component description by adding information about the appropriate language compatibility of the Studio project. This update is reflected in the following pages:
    • Component Upload Form;
    • Component Profile page;

Furthermore, all Custom-Activity, Snippet, Workflow-Template, Solution, and Demo component types have now the Visual Basic label displayed.

  • When accessing the Messaging feature a banner is now displayed notifying users about the upcoming decommissioning of this option.

Fixed Bugs

  • Component Profile page > Summary section: the way the section was displayed was misrepresented.
  • Marketplace > Components: the URL where the user was redirected was not https://connect.uipath.com/marketplace/all-components,
  • When accessing the Japanese localized Marketplace the tag meant to mark components with Enterprise support was incorrectly displayed.

2nd July 2020

What's New

  • 6 new components are available in the Microsoft bundle.
  • The Get Started page for the Marketplace module is enhanced with a Browse the Marketplace button that is continuously displayed while scrolling within the page. Furthermore, the whole page design is improved.
  • The Enquiries number is now displayed on the component card for Lead Generating components. This replaces the number of Downloads.

Fixed Bugs

  • Community > Explore People: if the user opened a profile page from a user card where the rank and location were visible and then returned to the to overview screen, the rank, and the location were no longer displayed on that user's card.
  • After signing up using the email address the user received two different for email verification:
    one from UiPath Platform no-reply@uipath.com and one from UiPath info@uipath.com.
  • Users were able to upload .php files as their avatar image even though the standard format for this filed is image file: gif, jpeg, jpg, png.

Updated 5 days ago


July 2020


Suggested Edits are limited on API Reference Pages

You can only suggest edits to Markdown body content, but not to the API spec.