Tines' no-code automation puts powerful information exchange at your fingertips. Quickly compile and disseminate Story information to anyone, anywhere - all without having to write a single line of code!
We're pretty fired up about what we've introduced to the product throughout November. If you haven’t already, see the month’s highlights.
If you’ve ever used a spreadsheet, you already know how to interact with data in Tines.
Today, we introduced Change Control. When enabled, it adds a test environment to your Story, allowing you to prototype and experiment with changes, before applying them to your Story.
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This new feature allows our customers and Community Edition users quickly and easily calculate how much time they're saving by automating their repetitive workflows through the platform.
When publishing a Story, a checkbox can now be ticked, to emit all held events upon publishing.
We're delighted to share some improvements we've made to the experience of editing Liquid.
We’ve made searching more intuitive and powerful. Search now has a dedicated section within Tines, giving more space to view results.
The Storyboard should be a place to experiment and build with confidence. That’s the simple thinking behind our latest product update.
Since things move quickly around here, we’ve put together this round-up of some notable new enhancements aimed at helping your cybersecurity and operations teams save more time and effort.
We built Teams to allow you to invite as many other users as you want to the Tines platform, and to allow you to keep your sensitive and critical Stories separate to and private from other users.
The Tines Community Edition is a fully-featured cloud instance of Tines. It’s free to use, requires no up-front commitment, and includes a generous automation capacity.
A Story run allows you to trace the exact path an event took through a Story. It contains the agents and their emitted events allowing you to easily troubleshoot and benchmark your automation stories.
Continuing our Autumn 2019 feature spotlight, we’re excited to reveal what we consider to be the most significant update to the Tines security automation platform yet: the Storyboard.
Rather than creating the same set of Actions in multiple Stories (thus violating the DRY-principle), Send to Story allows users create “sub-stories” to which events can be sent from other Stories.
Starting our deep-dive into new features included in the Tines Autumn 2019 release, we’re proud to announce the Admin API. In this post we’ll explore how the Admin API can be used to manage users, jobs, and private templates.