WinTask records/replays using the individual objects seen on the screen, either Windows objects or HTML objects.
You can easily transfer data between two incompatible applications or from a Windows app to a website. WinTask can also be used with software that does not contain macros.
Press the record button, choose what you would like to be recorded, record your actions, and watch WinTask replay them for you.
If you want to turn a macro into a full automation system, more than 300 functions such as loops, conditions, or event triggers are available in WinTask.
Repetitive work takes time and is exhausting. With WinTask you can record & replay actions from browsers, Windows Applications, and more to save time.
When it comes to data, WinTask can extract endless amounts of it, even from non-text files, using its OCR capabilities.
If you get stuck with a script or action, we have tutorials on how to automate your tasks and a support team happy to help you.
Using its own OCR and an OCR engine provided by Microsoft (MODI – Microsoft Office Document Imaging), WinTask can click properly on non-HTML objects/non pure Windows objects, just using the text of the object. WinTask OCR functions allow you to look for the object anywhere in a window, so the object can be found even if it is not at the same place at replay. If an object under automation is not seen, mouse coordinates are used automatically.
Invoices, contracts that were printed and signed, or PDF’s received from customers via emails. All of these can be edited and searched with WinTask’s OCR capabilities.
With the combined powers of two OCR engines, you do not need human intervention to double check on text from images, you can automatically extract all of it.
Text files, invoices, pictures, you can tell WinTask which data you need to parse, and give it instructions such as where to copy or move it.
Give WinTask a specific website address that contains the image you want to capture data from, and it will retrieve it for you.
It’s always best to reduce human transcription errors, even more so when the data contains sensitive information.