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Workflows Tips #30: Community-Created Resources

Welcome to another Okta Workflows Tips post. Read all previous tips.

In this tips post I want to share a number of excellent community-created Workflows resources.

📘 A guide that shows how to use Okta Workflows to automate user de-provisioning via Slack.

📘 A guide that shows how to checks if a username exists in GitHub and then automatically checks to see if a team exists under their Department / Team Name and if not, creates the Parent and Child team relationship in its place.

📘 A guide that shows how to audit inactive Zendesk workspace users in Okta.

📚 A collection of Workflows-related articles from Everything Identity and Access Management leveraging OKTA technology blog.

🔁 This sample workflow automatically generates shipping labels and emails them to users. Will need a ShipEngine and courier (Fedex, UPS, etc) accounts to do so. After you download the file, unzip it and import the .flow file to Workflows.

Generate shipping labels flow

Published on Java Code Geeks with permission by Max Katz , partner at our JCG program. See the original article here: Workflows Tips #30: Community-Created Resources

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