This program is designed to give you a lightweight consumable education around the Tines automation platform. It should take about ~30 minutes to go through each series within the university. Including beginner, intermediate, and advanced sections. Each module within the series is designed to bring you up to speed on the platform quickly. As you go through each of these sections you'll receive contextual information about how the tool works and the intricacies of implementation.
The material is a mix of text, images, how-to videos, interactive experiences, and ends with the next steps to get more involved. At the conclusion, you'll find additional research to learn outside of the University, as well as be able to build along with Tines specialists.
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Tines is an automation platform that allows you to build workflows using "stories", "actions", and "events".
Actions represent the individual steps that lead to completing an overall task.
Stories represent the overall use case that houses your actions. They automate an end-to-end workflow.
Events are the data that is transferred between actions, flowing from the top action down through the story.
This video explains the basics of Tines, focusing on actions, the storyboard, and the properties panel.
In your journey to master Tines automation, having access to reliable and comprehensive resources is crucial. At Tines, we understand the importance of providing you with the tools and information you need to succeed. Our extensive range of resources is designed to empower you and support your automation efforts at every step.
Summary: This section provides details about each key feature of Tines. You can learn more about stories, actions, events, credentials, resources, functions, and many more.
Summary: This section explains how to use the Tines API. It covers how to automatically onboard users, dynamically create actions, and perform many other tasks.
Summary: The Story Library contains a collection of pre-built stories that cover various use cases. You can import stories that resonate with your team's specific use case, whether it involves connecting the tools you use or performing specific processes.
Summary: Stay up to date with the latest features added to Tines by visiting the What's New section. Learn about the most recent addition, such as the introduction of touch support for Tines.
Tines explained is a companion resource available in Tines that outlines key features and provides guidance on first-time support. It also includes answers to FAQs and how-to videos.
You can access Tines Explained by clicking here or selecting "help and support" or "chat with support" from your Tines tenant.
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. Anyone can sign-up and within minutes begin leveraging all the enterprise-grade features of a paid plan including Action templates, reporting, Story runs, forms, Action monitoring, SSO/SAML, and more.