- Creating an automation from an idea
- Creating a project
- How to start an automation
- Managing project files and folders
- Connecting automations to your accounts
- Configuring activities
- Managing the activities in a project
- Passing values between activities
- Iterating through items
- Managing the data in a project
- Configuring a project to use your data
- Using file and folder resources
- Using UI Automation for browser interactions
UiPath Studio Web enables you to build and test cross-platform automations across online business apps and services.
All you need to start using Studio Web is a web browser. You can access it from any operating system, it requires no installation, it has no IT dependencies, and it is always up to date.
Studio Web is a great starting point for your automation journey. It is easy to use, you don't need programming skills to build automations, and multiple templates are available to get you started.
Automations created in Studio Web are cross-platform, they run on serverless robots that are already provisioned for you, but they can also run on Windows, Mac, or Linux robots.
Studio Web enables you to:
- Take advantage of the getting started experience and multiple automation templates to learn the basics of automation quickly.
- Build personal automations for your online apps and services, share your projects and collaborate with others.
- Start automations manually, on a schedule, or when specific events occur in your applications.
- Automate interactions with websites in your browser - navigate to web pages, automate authentication, or extract text and table data.
- Use Document Understanding to extract, process, and validate documents.
To ensure organizations have control over how Studio Web is used, administrators can deploy governance policies from Automation Ops.
Studio Web can be used by anyone who wants to automate their online applications - business users, citizen developers, RPA developers, IT admins, Orchestrator admins, and more. With Studio Web, you can get started in minutes and build automations without using code, making it the ideal tool for anyone who wants to learn how to automate.
- Productivity: Google Workspace (Spreadsheets, Drive, Calendar, and Email), Microsoft Office 365 (Excel, OneDrive, SharePoint, Calendar, Email).
- IT: Amazon Web Services, Amazon WorkSpaces, Google Cloud, Azure, Azure Active Directory.
- Communication: Slack, Zoom.
- Sales: Salesforce.
- Human resources: Workday.
- Software development: ServiceNow, Jira, OpenAI.
If you want to see Studio Web in action with examples of automations you can create for various scenarios, check out the Introducing Studio Web series of demos.
Alternatively, you can access Studio Web from the left navigation menu in UiPath Automation Cloud.
The first time you open Studio Web. you are prompted to customize your experience based on your department and applications you use. Studio Web comes with a number of built-in templates for automating common scenarios that can help you get started quickly. The recommended templates are based on your previous selections. If you later switch to another department or start using new services, you can change your preferences at any time by selecting > Restart getting started at the top of any page.
We recommend checking out the available templates and creating an automation from one. When you start from a template, you are taken into a guided experience that helps you learn the basics such as triggers and activities, you get to run your first workflow and then publish the automation.
Are you ready to create your first automation? Go to the Templates page in Studio Web.