UiPath Insights (v2020.4, on-premises)

This course covers UiPath's analytics solution, Insights. Learn how to use analytics to measure, optimize, and scale RPA implementations. Get started today.
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UiPath Insights (v2020.4, on-premises)

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Product Alignment: This training is based on the UiPath Insights 19.10 and 20.4 product versions of UiPath Insights (On-premises), but applicable to newer versions as well.

Last Update: June 2020

Audience: RPA COE members (COE Leads, RPA Developers, Solution Architects, Business Analysts, Implementation Managers, RPA Admins) and Business users (Analysts, Process and Business Owners, Executive Leadership)


Learning Objectives

At the end of this course learners should be able to:

  • Define what UiPath Insights is;
  • Describe the benefits of using UiPath Insights;
  • Analyze operational and strategic KPIs by using the out-of-the-box dashboards: Processes, Jobs, Queues, Business ROI and Licensing;
  • Customize widgets and dashboards;
  • Add custom data into UiPath Insights;
  • Create and manage alerts by using the Pulse feature;
  • Share dashboards with other members in the organization.



Introduction to RPA and Analytics

  • Measuring RPA. Why is it Important?

Getting Started with UiPath Insights

  • What is UiPath Insights and Who is it for?
  • Accessing Insights and Types of Permissions

Using UiPath Insights as a Viewer

  • Interacting with the Orchestrator Insights Page
  • Overview of the Default Dashboards
  • Overview of the Long-Running Workflows Dashboard

Working with UiPath Insights as a Designer

  • Interacting with the Insights Portal
  • Customizing Dashboards and Widgets
  • Adding Custom Data into Insights
  • Creating and Managing Alerts by Using the Pulse Feature
  • Sharing Dashboards and Transferring Ownership