Selectors in Studio (v2020.10)

Learn about the concept and types of selectors and when to use them in this UiPath course. Start your Selectors in Studio training today.
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Selectors in Studio (v2020.10)

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About Selectors in UiPath Studio 

The Selectors in UiPath Studio course teaches more about user interface automation with UiPath using selectors. In this course, you will learn what selectors are in UiPath, the types (partial and full selectors), as well as selectors best practices. You will learn how to fine-tune selectors with UI Explorer and Property Explorer when you encounter difficult situations.  

This is a three-hour full UiPath Selectors course. It is aimed at those who already understand RPA, more specifically UI automation. At the end of the Selectors in UiPath Studio course, you receive a diploma of completion.  

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2020.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well. 



Prerequisites for Selectors in UiPath Studio course  

The Selectors in UiPath Studio tutorial is intermediate level. We require basic programming knowledge to enroll. You should also have completed the: 


Course audience for Selectors in Studio 

The Selectors in Studio course is aimed at RPA developers. 


Agenda: Selectors in UiPath Studio 

The tutorials in the Selectors in UiPath Studio tutorial course cover five key areas. The agenda helps you learn about the types of selectors and UiPath selectors best practices. It includes: 

  • Introducing Selectors 
  • The UI Explorer 
  • Types of Selectors – full and partial 
  • Fine-tuning selectors 
  • Managing Difficult Situations involving selectors 


Selectors in UiPath Studio course learning objectives 

At the end of the Selectors in Studio course, you should be able to: 

  • Explain what selectors are and how they work. 
  • Choose the correct selectors types and settings when automating. 
  • Describe how to explore the attributes of a user interface element. 
  • Fine-tune selectors to improve element identification precision. 


Looking to continue your journey in automation and RPA development? Once you’ve completed the Selectors in UiPath Studio course, there are many related courses to help further your knowledge. These include Project Organization in Studio, Enhanced Selectors in Studio, and Object Repository. View the ‘Related Courses’ tab for all your options.