Compliments of the season Synatic users!
We have exciting new features that are in the pipeline for 2023! We love sharing them with you and look for ways to consistently improve our product to cater to your needs. We look forward to another fantastic year with you!
The following are the new features for January 2023 :
AMS360 trigger step:
We now have an AMS360 trigger that is available that can execute flows once triggered on AMS360 itself! Illustrated below is how the trigger looks. The Authentication Code is optional.
Comments for each component:
You can now add, edit, delete or search a comment for each component that is available on Synatic. You can also add diagrams as images to understand certain processes that uses certain components. To find out more, please click on the below link:
We have added a Retry On Error configuration to assist with request to Workbook when there are connectivity issues. Add a connection or select an existing Workbook connection, select a resource and operation/ method that you require. Type out how many times you require to retry Workbook’s API if a record does fail as shown in the below image.
You can now re-order subflows in a series, parallel or condition control step. Please click on the below link for more information on how this can be done:
HTTP Auth type - OAuth2:
We have a new HTTP Authentication Type available that is called OAuth2 ! This Auth Type can be found when creating an HTTP Authentication connection. It is located in the drop down list in the Auth Type field. The below image is a preview of the configuration that is available for this auth type.
Excel Raw reader step:
The Excel Raw reader step allows you to read the data from all worksheets in an Excel file and it also includes the sheet name! The below link is an example of how it can be done and it explains the configuration that is in the step:
How to view which relay endpoints are being used in flows:
You can now view which relay endpoints are being used in flows by opening a selected relay page. As shown in the below image, there are 2 endpoints in this specific relay and in the Used By Flows section, it shows which endpoints are being used in a specific flow and how many times the endpoint/s are being used in that flow. This helps in debugging; to identify which flows are using a specific relay endpoint if an endpoint does have connectivity issues and goes down. It assists in pinpointing an endpoint if there are multiple endpoints in a relay.