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Decisions, Iterations,and Scenarios in StudioX

In this course, we will cover the workflow control methods and activities in StudioX: decisions, iterations, and scenarios.
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Decisions, Iterations,and Scenarios in StudioX

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

02:00:00

Product covered

StudioX

About the UiPath StudioX Decisions Course 

This course offers an introduction to the decision activities in UiPath StudioX, then goes into at the ways of working with Decisions, Iterations, and Scenarios in StudioX. This course explains how to use ‘If’, ‘For Each’ and ‘Switch’ activities in StudioX to evaluate decision points, iterate though elements, and see whether one or more outcomes can occur. The Decisions, Iterations and Scenarios in StudioX course is aimed at beginners. It takes one hour to complete. At the end, you will receive a diploma of completion. 

Product Alignment: This training is based on the UiPath StudioX 2021.10 product version but is applicable to newer versions as well. 

 

Course Prerequisites 

Before taking this course, you should complete the following courses: 

 

Course Audience 

This course is aimed at business users looking to use decisions and iterations in automations built with StudioX. 

 

Decisions, Iterations, and Scenarios in StudioX Agenda 

The UiPath StudioX Decisions, Iterations, and Scenarios course contains three sections, followed by a quiz: 

Decisions 

  • Decisions 
  • Practice – Decisions  

Iterations 

  • Iterations 
  • Practice – Iterations 

Practice 

  • Scenarios 
  • Practice – Scenarios  

Check Your Knowledge 

 

UiPath StudioX Decisions, Iterations, and Scenarios Learning Objectives 

At the end of the UiPath StudioX Decisions, Iterations, and Scenarios course, you should be able to: 

  • Use conditions in UiPath StudioX for instructing your robot to make decisions. 
  • Make the robot repeat a set of actions. 
  • Set the stage for multiple outcomes based on the value of one item.