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Tines is endlessly flexible, so we love challenging ourselves and others to create new and unexpected workflows with it. YDWWT is an annual competition where we get to see what our incredible community of builders can create, from practical everyday uses to the more fun and the downright wacky.
This year, we asked for entries in categories covering everything from powerful security use cases, to ones that were just for fun. As always, picking the best of the bunch was a challenge, and we’re so grateful to everyone who entered. All of the winning entries are now in our library so you can explore, edit and use them for yourself.
Zach’s story solves a common task – securely managing employee’s access to applications or devices. In this case, Zach tackled providing AWS access for new users. This workflow allows new users to securely retrieve their AWS login details via one click of a Vault tile in Okta.
Tools: AWS, HashiCorp, Okta
By Zach Perry at PathAI
By Julien D.
We love a short and sweet story! Jesse always found it cumbersome to create calendar events from a Notion database, so he found a workaround with Tines. In this workflow, teams can easily create calendar events from data in Notion, such as upcoming events, birthdays, and software releases.
Tools: Google Calendar, Notion
By Jesse Johnson at Material Security
Tools: Okta, Yubico, Slack
By Pendie Garrett at Credit Karma
Keeping up with the ever-evolving methods used to breach systems is a daily battle for red teamers, social engineers, and OSINT investigators. This inspired Aaron to create this pretext generator app with Tines. The app leverages AI to generate a random persona, providing details like name, location, hair color, and even the names of friends and parents to test the security of your systems.
Tools: OpenAI, ChatGPT, DALL-E
By Aaron Wilkinson at Orbia
Tools: OCR.Space, OpenAI, PagerDuty, Jira
By Rajesh Kumar
Andrew used Tines to trick friends, family, and co-workers with an absolute classic: the infamous Rickroll YouTube video. The owner of the story will be updated via Slack with the number of people they’ve successfully Rickrolled to bask in their glory. Andrew even recorded a great video of some friends reacting to being Rickrolled!
Tools: Tines, Slack
By Andrew Katz at Jamf