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Workflows Tips #17: Exporting a Flow, When to Use Tables, and Online Meetup Reply

Welcome to another Okta Workflows Tips post. Read all previous tips. In this post: Exporting a flowWhen to use tablesMeetup Replay: Everything You Need to Get Started with No-Code Workflow Automations for Identity Exporting a flow This tip is from Gabriel Sroka, Okta expert and developer of the rockstar Chrome extension. Gabriel also hangs out in the MacAdmins #okta-workflows Slack community. When you share Content with the ...

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Workflows Template: Create a Report with Google Sheets

Workflows templates are out-of-the-box flows and automations that you can add and start using right away. Each template provides a specific and real world solution. In this blog post you will learn about the Creates a Report with Google Sheets template. Why it’s important Many organizations have custom, org-specific needs to report on particular lifecycle events and share that data ...

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Workflows Template: Identify inactive Okta users

Workflows templates are out-of-the-box flows and automations that you can add and start using right away. Each template provides a specific and real world solution. In this blog post you will learn about the Identify inactive Okta users template. Why it’s important You can determine whether your Okta tenant has stale accounts that were otherwise missed by a manual deprovisioning process using ...

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Workflows Tips#11: Random 6-Digit PIN, Calling Okta API,and Sign-In Based on Location

Welcome to another Okta Workflows Tips post. Read all previous tips. In this post: How to generate a random 6-digit PINUsing Custom API Action to create a user without credentials (via Okta API)How to monitor sign-in based on geographic location How to generate a random 6-digit PIN This tip is from Arek Dreyer. Arek is a Senior Product Engineer at kandji.io, which provides next-generation ...

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Why Developer Advocates Should Try New Things

Developer Advocates at many organization can usually work on different things. One day they can build a demo application, help with support, improve the documentation, work on an SDK, work on a blog post or a tutorial, and host an event. I love this about Developer Advocacy – you usually have flexibility and freedom to work on and help with ...

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Building a no-code app to send data from an HTML page to Google Sheets

I love using Parabola.io platform to build sample no-code applications. This is how Parabola describes its platform on their web site: Parabola is a drag-and-drop productivity tool that runs in your browser. We have a library of customizable, prebuilt components designed for ecommerce operations and marketing teams to pull in data, combine and transform it in bulk, and automatically take ...

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How to update Google Sheets with JSON API

Google Sheets is a well-known service and online spreadsheet. Google Sheets can be more than just a spreadsheet, it can be used as a back-end or a database for applications. For example, Glide uses Google Sheets as a database for its mobile applications. Glide allows to build a mobile application without any code connected to Google Sheets. It’s incredible how ...

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