Imagine if when you have an emergency, your phone has a machine learning model built in to shop around all nearest providers, with live data about wait times and private review metrics of efficacy, and sends you to the cheapest option automatically.
If this were invented, the supply side would be FORCED to compete.
Major updates to the no-code interface in v. 1.6.3!
1) Cycle through all nested elements using the arrow keys. We added a breadth first search under each element you hover over, so you can use the arrow keys now to quickly access all the elements on websites.
2) Select specific attributes in the no-code interface(hover and hold shift+enter over anything to access the no-code interface).
3) New built in functions we trained the prompt to understand were added to the co-code interface: set value, download file, and set inner text. Set value is useful for input forms, and set inner text useful to edit elements on a page like headers or text areas.
#2 solves this road map request posted 10 days ago, thanks to whoever posted it
These all work basically the same way. You can also use your own server with the sendAjax function to any webhook. You can also send directly to Google sheets if you handle the authentication, and we’re working on setting up a proxy server to do that easily.
Version 1.1.0 updates the runOnTab function to work way better! It now waits till the tab loads, runs the script, then closes the tab. Before it would use a timer to run the script, but the new version is faster or slower depending on your local internet speeds. This allows users with slow internet to run scripts at their pace too.