Select items from a drop-down menu
  • 24 May 2021
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To iterate through some or all of the options in a drop-down menu:

  1. Select the drop-down menu on the web page.
  2. Select Create an Input List.
  3. Choose one of the following options:
    • Include all input items in the list - Include every option.
    • Include all input items except the first one - Include all but the first option (when the first one is a placeholder, such as - choose - or select).
    • Include only the following input items - Include specific items in the list.
  4. Select OK.

Choose an option from a manu, drop down, or selection box

Some websites require more than clicking a simple button to show the data you need. Mozenda allows you to configure your agents to interact with sites via menus, drop-downs, and selection boxes.

  1. With an agent open in the Agent Builder, browse to a site, start an agent.
  2. Select a menu, drop-down, or selection box.
  3. Make the appropriate selection in the window that displays.
  4. Select Create Action.
    The action is now saved in the Actions List on the left-hand side of the Agent Builder.

Record the Set User Input value in a collection

Agents can interact with text boxes and drop-downs. The value that the agent selects from a drop-down or inputs to a text box is called a Set User Input Value. This value can be captured in your data to add context and to help with troubleshooting.

  1. Open an agent in the Agent Builder.
  2. In the Action List, right-click a Set User Input action.
  3. Select Properties > AFTER THIS ACTION.

Record the Set User Input Value in the Output Collection_Image1(1)

  1. Specify the value in Data Capture.
  2. Select SAVE.

Specifying user input

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