In version 2.4 of RPA Central a new type of user was introduced, the Participant role - users in this role are able to run botflows and view instance data.
With this new role, there are now three roles in RPA - Administrator, Designer, and Participant.
To publish a botflow:
** You can leave manual start on all of your botflows and add Scheduled start to the ones you want to schedule (you can keep both options)
The basic steps to adding a new user:
*If you need to search for a user, you will need to search by your domain name\user name (4)
**If you are typing in the Add User box for User name (5), you don't need to use the domain as it should be listed already. If you do not know the username of the person you are trying to add, you need to use the search option (4) with the domain.
To assign a Participant to a botflow:
**Please check out the link to the Blog regarding the new role of Participant, added in version 2.4.
- Go to Botflows in RPA Central
- The user must be added and assigned a role as above before assigning botflows to them.
- Click the ellipsis on the far right of the botflow name
- Choose Permission
- Select a user from the dropdown menu.