Kinetic Task is a flexible, open workflow automation and integration engine. This is where things like approval routing, request fulfillment, pushing and pulling data from external systems and other server-side processing takes place.
This page will lead you through what you need to know to get started.
Goal: Get Kinetic Task working on the workstation or server of your choice
If you run into problems go here.
Goal: We're going to setup a configuration that can post to slack automatically
Goal: Import a handler into Kinetic task
Goal: Understand how the builder helps you build processes from simple to complex.
An overview of our drag+drop tree builder and the 'handlers' that make up the individual components of a process.
Goal: Understand how an administrator can view and manage activity in the management consoles.
An overview of configuring, maintaining and troubleshooting your integration processes in Kinetic Task.
Goal: Understand how to use routines and why they make automation and integration more maintainable
Kinetic Task includes the ability to create routines, which are reusable process componenets. 'Master' trees can call routines and get information back. You can update a routine in a single place and any tree that calls that routine will automatically get that change. Routines make for much easier and more maintainable processes in the long run.
Goal: Handlers are light, re-usable components, a set of which make up a process 'tree' in Kinetic Task. Handlers are free and open source. This video explores the benefit of open, reusable, free handlers in your process automation and how they are used in Kinetic Task.
Goal: Understand where Kinetic Task would be useful in your organization
See how our open system design helps you more quickly and easily automate your workflow and integration your data from nearly any system.