Introducing: Searchable Logs

Logs are a very important part of building with Tray. Through the Tray logs you can see what data your workflow is pushing around which is really important when building and testing workflows. Today we're really excited to announce the launch of our brand new logs interface. We've brought your logs right into the builder so you can reference them while building and testing your workflows. And to make this even easier, you can now run free-text searches on your...

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Improved Text Helpers

We've added some functionality to the Text Helpers connector to make it easier to work with text in Tray. The Text Helpers along with the other Helper connectors (like List Helpers and Math Helpers) make manipulating data within Tray workflows simpler and easier. If you want to explore just how powerful Tray is, these are the tools you'll need! These Helpers are typically for power users and is useful for more complex manipulation of data. They are not for a...

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Introducing: The tray.io Form Connector

You can now build web forms from within tray and use them as triggers. We've made it really easy to create a customised web end-point to kick off your workflows. We use these forms internally for bug reporting, feature suggestions, and kicking off deployments (we'll talk about our automated deployment system more in an upcoming post) and we've decided to make this feature available for everyone. Forms are handy for all kinds of data capture and often we found that...

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