Review the status of all Automations for your entire team. Here you will see a complete list of all Automations and their status.
User Permissions: Only the Administrators can use this feature.
In this tutorial, we will cover the following topics:
Navigate to Automation Runs
Go to Settings > Jobs > Automation Runs.
Automations help you and your organization do more, automatically. You can use them to:
- Assign Work
- Do Work Automatically
- Integrate FreeAgent to other systems or processes.
Essentially any process that can be repeated can be automated within FreeAgent. Automation Runs is a place to view all of the Automations that have run and their status.
There are different statuses available during the processing of an Automation. Here are the details:
|Completed||The automation has been completed successfully.|
|Failed||Something occurred that caused the automation to fail. When this happens, the job error column will show additional details. Triggers a notification to the team member that started the process.|
|Running||The automation is still running and has not yet been completed.|
|Queued||The automation has been created and it is currently being processed.|
|Waiting||within automations you can set various actions. Sometimes an automation needs to wait for something else to occur before continuing to run. Or one of the actions may require a certain amount if time to pass before the automation completes.|
By clicking on the arrow next to an automation you can view some of the details. You'll get a list off every action contained in the automation as well as the status.
This can be valuable in situations where an automation has failed. You can discover which action was responsible for the automation failing to complete.
You can also access the log information by clicking on "Log Info" next to each action.
Search Automation Runs
To find a specific automation, all you have to do is start typing your keyword(s) in the search box. You will see how the list starts to narrow down as you type.
Filter Automation Runs
It is possible to filter within the existing automation runs to display only those that you need to see from the ones available. To learn more about how to filter, please visit the following tutorial: