This tutorial is a guest post from A-lister, Sr. RPA Consultant & Solutions Architect at Master-Works, and You Tuber Azhar Hossain. Azhar is a creative problem solver and someone with a genuine passion for tech & automation. He was generous enough to create this really fun Siri & Automation Anywhere integration video to share with the Automation Anywhere developer community as a part of #BotGames.
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Bots are awesome. They enable individuals and organizations to automate repetitive, mundane, and mind-numbing work. Most commonly though, people are running their bots using basic schedules or directory-watching triggers. In this tutorial, we want to explore how users can interface with Siri to trigger bots on an unattended bot runner…and while triggering itself is cool, A-Lister Azhar Hossain takes things even further by also passing data from Siri to a bot so that the bot can take appropriate action based in an input.
To follow along with this tutorial you’ll need 2 main things that not EVERYONE will have, so just wanted to call that out here:
Hopefully you had fun with this tutorial from Azhar Hossain. If this is your first time using the Automation Anywhere Control Room, you may consider taking a look at the Intro to the Control Room API Using Postman video or its follow-up – Triggering a Bot from the Control Room API.
A-lister, Sr. RPA Consultant & Solutions Architect @ Master-Works
Azhar is on the Top 20 global RPA thought leader & influencer list published by Thinkers360. He is passionate about helping people in all aspects of digital transformation. He loves creating YouTube videos and playing video games.