You can record keyboard and mouse actions with UiPath’s macro-recorder to create automation scripts. The order of the activities is determined by the flow of the actions seen on the screen. You can use this sequence that is preserved in your workflow to replay the actions that were captured in the future.
How to use it?
The macro recorder is adaptable and may be used in a variety of programmes, including browsers, Windows programmes, mobile devices,.NET, Java programmes, Web programmes, virtual machines, and Citrix programmes.
Different Recorder Options
- You can record an application that has already been opened using Record Existing. Web browsers including IE, FF, and Chrome may all be recorded with Record Web.
- Record App enables you to pick which application will be launched and where actions will be recorded.
- Manual recording, third. You can utilise these components of actions to carry out basic and sophisticated recordings.
You can 100% on Recording Accuracy
Each component of the application is automatically detected when the recording begins. It is possible to do an activity related to the highlighted element. UiPath’s automation is now significantly more dependable as a result. It is independent of the positions of the elements or the coordinates of the screen. Therefore, it is irrelevant where the app is located. Still, UiPath will be able to locate the appropriate measures on the elements and perform them.
Option for Recording Automatically
The macro recorder may carry out some fundamental operations including a single mouse click, checkbox, radio button, dropdown item selection, text entry, or key insertion. The automatic recorder has a few restrictions. Other sophisticated mouse activities, such as hovering over an element or double-clicking, require manual recording to be accomplished.
The Macro Recorder by UiPath offers a higher level of automation for recording. You can record the majority of presentation layer actions using UiPath, including clicking on icons and links, entering text into editable controls, choosing an item from a drop-down menu, and more complex actions like waiting for an image to load or even trying to extract structured information from the internet page.