RPA Recorder — Customize Your Own RPA Workflow with One Click

The new feature of AdsPower RPA can automate a bunch of repetitive tasks on Facebook and Amazon, helping improve your efficiency and effectiveness. AdsPower provides some templates, such as “Create FB posts”, “Add to cart on Amazon”, etc. But we should admit the fact that only the users themselves know what exactly they need for boosting their businesses. Therefore, today we’re presenting a brand new RPA plug-in — RPA recorder to assist you with customize your own RPA workflow.

What’s good about RPA recorder?

RPA recorder can be used for automation in ANY websites. Once you finish recording a particular process, you can import it as an RPA task, then you can execute the task in your profiles.

There are two strengths of RPA recorder that are worth paying attention to:

I. Simplify the process of creating new RPA templates.
II. Quickly customize RPA workflows

How to use RPA recorder?

1. Install the plug-in

1) Application center -> Recorder action -> Turn on the plug-in

2) Open a random profile from “Profile Management” and check if the plug-in has been turned on.

2. Start recording

1) Open a profile, in which you’ve logged in to an Amazon account. Run the RPA recorder plug-in and click on “Record now”.

2) Search for a product, let’s say, AirPods, then browse the results and add one to cart. The recorder will record the whole process.

3) When finishing recording, click on “Stop” and “Export”.

4) Go back to AdsPower, create an RPA task and edit the name, then import the process that has just been exported (RPA Robot -> Processes -> Create a task flow -> Import -> Add).

5) Go to “Profile Management”, choose a profile, in which you want to run the new RPA process.

* If you want to know how the task goes, go to RPA Robot -> Task details and check the results.

Follow us

🔵 Facebook: AdsPower Browser

🔵 Telegram: AdsPower EN

🔵 Twitter: AdsPower

🔵 LinkedIn: AdsPower





Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Chapter 3 Guiding Goes Better “Feature by Feature”


Kapitan — Inventory explained

AWS Solutions Architect Certification — Simple Storage Service (S3)

Telugu Language — Lemmatization & POS Tag Extraction

Learn Dart: First Step to Flutter

Introducing IoT Ensemble — Your Virtual IoT Developer | Fathym IoT Ensemble Beta

Making VSCode run faster on Chromebooks

Restaurant | Hotel | Food Ordering Mobile App Features — Ionic and Firebase CMS

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
AdsPower Browser

AdsPower Browser


More from Medium

SaaS KPI: Gross MRR Churn Rate

Post-Hire Screening: Background Checks Process

How live streaming impact E-commerce

Pennylane & Meta API Partnership