There are many ready to use Triggers in Automation Workshop, that allows monitoring a folder for file new files, watching an FTP server for modified files, or just simply Task Scheduler, that can launch tasks on specific schedule. It is also possible to launch a task on user logon or logoff, or system shutdown · API · Add Trigger to the Task
There are also numerous ways to start a Task without a Trigger. The more obvious are Desktop shortcut or Windows command line, that can be easily used from any Windows program, that can execute applications, including batch files or PowerShell scripts.
Tasks also can be launched from another Task or task itself. They can be started from On success or On error handlers, or Start Task Action. Moreover, the task can be started with intermediate Action—Enable Task, that also enables all Triggers in the task.
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