Workflows showcase from users
OrganizerJune 28, 2021 at 2:26 am
For users to share and showcase their workflows
OrganizerJune 28, 2021 at 11:36 am
Lawrence Wee is a Lead Specialist of Educational Technology at SG MOE (Ministry of Education). Following link is a collection of TagUI workflows to automate processes on MOE Student Learning Space (SLS) – https://github.com/lookang/TagUI
See this video demo of posting questions automatically to SLS.
See this video demo of reading data from SLS to post to Google Forms.
OrganizerJune 28, 2021 at 11:52 am
OrganizerJuly 17, 2021 at 3:20 am
Daniel Alfaro Rojas, an IT Infrastructure Leader in an Integrated Health Services organisation in Columbia. He created a few TagUI robots to perform end-to-end automation on the Columbia Government tendering and procurement platform, SECOP II. From below video link, you can see his article listing all robots and GitHub repo of TagUI workflows.
OrganizerJuly 23, 2021 at 10:18 am
Following is a video series from Lawrence Wee, an EduTech specialist in Ministry of Education, Singapore (MOE). In his 5 short videos, he shared how he used AI Singapore’s TagUI free open-source RPA tool to
1. collate lessons details from LMS (learning management system), 2. processing lessons details using Python to filter actionable items, 3. auto-assign reviewers, emailing them next steps for follow-up, 4. updating Google Sheets and then downloading the data sheets
This is a blog post with a step-by-step guide on reusing the RPA templates he created. Below is the video series link, all TagUI and Python templates required for this end-to-end automation are provided as well.
OrganizerJuly 28, 2021 at 9:43 am
Sharing a video from Daniel Alfaro Rojas, an IT Infrastructure Leader based in Colombia. He shared on using TagUI MS Word and Excel plug-ins to automate processes on a healthcare system website by Colombia Ministry of Health.
Daniel covered end-to-end in this video, from downloading TagUI and MS Office plug-ins, to creating the RPA workflow in MS Word, to creating the list of medications in MS Excel, and finally deploying as a desktop shortcut.
From the video description, there is a link to his blog with an index of various sections of the video, and a link to his GitHub repo of the MS Word and Excel documents shown in the demo.
OrganizerAugust 2, 2021 at 2:54 pm
Nived N is a RPA Developer at TCS (Tata Consultancy Services) and a rising RPA influencer. This is a new demo video where he shared a use case for inventory management automation. In the RPA, he extracted information from PDF documents and submitted the information into an inventory management website. Source code is included in video comment.
In another new video, Nived shares how automation can be used to do the process of generating staff access passes with QR codes, a routinely mundane task that the computer can do fast and accurately – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTbxz8N4BJg
OrganizerAugust 2, 2021 at 4:25 pm
Sharing a detailed article by Sean Yap on automating sales tasks using RPA. Sean is a Sales Engineer in the Defence industry. Rudimentary tasks are necessary evils in a sales professional’s day. Why not automate those away?
Examples of such tasks are sales administration, lead hunting through browsing social media and webpages, generation of quotations and updating monthly CRMs.
In his article, he demoed using RPA to automate the RFQ (request for quotations) process on on Singapore Government’s GeBiz and on another procurement platform. By automatically shortlisting and collating all relevant opportunities.
By automating these tasks on a pre-defined schedule, he can free up precious time for more impactful tasks like meeting clients or developing predictable sales systems and strategies.
In his demos, he combined the Python version of TagUI with common Python libraries like Pandas and CSV. The human language version of TagUI can also integrate directly with Python packages. If you need to, writing Python code together with TagUI human language syntax is doable even in a MS Word document, using TagUI Word plug-in. The sky’s the limit.
OrganizerAugust 3, 2021 at 3:47 pm
Sharing 2 RPA articles from Deepak Harish, Data Analyst at Larsen & Toubro India. In his first article, he wrote a step-by-step guide on installing TagUI and with an Hello World example. His 2nd article is 😲🤩
In his second article, Harish shared a complete automation scenario where he downloads a PDF report (using Python version of TagUI), extracts tables data (using Tabula package), pushes the data into DB (using SQLite3), and finally scheduling this (using Windows Task Scheduler).
As a bonus, he shared how to convert a Python script into an executable .exe file for easy distribution (using Auto PY to EXE). Wow, that’s a lot of different tooling in 1 article!
Thanks Harish for your sharing with the community, and I hope the tools will be a part of your automation toolbox and RPA journey for a long time to come.
Link to first article – https://deepakharish.medium.com/tagui-a-hidden-gem-cd1f180160ff
Link to second article – https://deepakharish.medium.com/tagui-for-python-application-use-case-4cbbedd8c4dc
OrganizerAugust 4, 2021 at 1:24 pm
SEO keyword tracking is an essential process to see how well a website ranks on Google, based on different search keywords. Yang Ao and Tan YaoZhong from SuperInk Singapore share doing this using TagUI RPA tool.
In Yang Ao’s post, he shared the key features of this automation, which other people can configure and run this TagUI template in 4 simple steps to do the process for your set of websites and keywords.
OrganizerAugust 22, 2021 at 11:32 am
Sharing a Gmail mass email automation tutorial by Mohd Saif Ali. As we know, email automation tools can be very costly. A lot of costs are spent by these providers to ‘whitelist’ themselves, so that their emails gets approved by destination mail servers instead of ending up in the spam folder.
In Saif’s article below, he shares how he does this by automating Gmail directly. In this way, he has the reliability of sending emails through, without having to use commercial email automation platforms. The identifiers used can be found using Chrome web extensions like SelectorsHub or TagUI’s one.
OrganizerAugust 26, 2021 at 10:47 am
📚📝🎓 An article by Suhaimi Zainal Shah and a slide deck by Loo Kang Lawrence WEE, experts in education technology at Ministry of Education, Singapore (MOE). TagUI RPA from education industry’s perspective – https://sgedtech.blogspot.com/2021/08/robotic-magic.html
OrganizerAugust 27, 2021 at 11:39 am
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