Introducing the New Workbench

Posted: 16 October 2018
By: Toby Franklin

Neota Logic is proud to introduce our new Workbench, featuring a modern user experience and new functionality that will help our clients streamline and more efficiently develop and deploy Neota Logic applications. The new Workbench, which is the portal our clients use to create, store, and share their applications, includes numerous re-imagined interface elements.

Several key elements allow our clients to:

  1. Click one button to add applications, users, groups, and databases

The one-button interface is a new method of performing many common tasks across the Workbench.

2. Share applications with colleagues and set their permissions

Application sharing offers one place to view the users with which an application is shared, and control their exact permissions.

 3. Invite new users to the Neota Logic System with an improved interface

Enhanced experience for inviting one or multiple users to the Neota Logic System automatically, reducing the time to email invitations manually.

4. Create restore points to roll back changes during application development

Change direction while designing an application, and roll back to one or more restore points.

5. Save versions of the application for publication

Publish a new version of an application to users, without the need to make a copy, and the application URL will stay the same.

Each week for the next five weeks, The Innovation Spot will be offering an in-depth look at one of these features. Stay tuned for next week’s blog post, discussing the one-button functionality.


With our new Workbench, the only artificial intelligence-driven platform for expertise automation just became easier to use. Contact us to learn more about how Neota Logic can help automate your organization. Request a demo here or email


Related Links: 

New Workbench: One-Button Interface (Part 1 of 5)

New Workbench: Application Sharing (Part 2 of 5)

New Workbench: Inviting New Users (Part 3 of 5)

New Workbench: Creating Restore Points (Part 4 of 5)

New Workbench: Saving Versions (Part 5 of 5)

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Written by: Toby Franklin

Director of Corporate Learning

Director of Corporate Learning