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Allow Editing the Order of Playbook First True Conditions
Within the documentation for playbook conditions, it notes: If you set the Condition point to First true condition, the conditions are evaluated in the order that you create them. If you need to change the order, you must delete then add the condi...
One feature of the workflow editor that I miss in iplaybook desinger is the ability to add comments to tasks / functions / scripts in the editor / designer view. I like to add comments within teh workflow editor so I don't have to click into each ...
Add a "message box" type in decision points for playbooks
During the course of a playbook, we often need to ask some simple questions to the user in order to make a choice between two options or ask for confirmation of an action to be taken. It would be useful to be able to add a new kind of decision poi...
Create Dynamic Refreshing of Action Status Messages
The "Action Status" view does not show live updates when new ActionStatus() messages are posted. This requires an analyst to close and re-open the "Action Status" view to see the changes occurring. This feature would be extremely useful at watchin...
Automatic and Manual Activations for the same Playbook
I think it would be helpful be able to create an automatic and a manual activation for the same playbook. Right now you would have to manually duplicate the playbook and have two playbooks - one with the manual activation and the other with the au...
When running scripts, it takes a LOT of times to add rows to datatables (3+ minutes for 500 rows), and makes the whole SOAR unable to run other automations. This effectively ruins the reliability on our SOAR, because we cannot count on the automat...
It would be really helpful if a preview or example of a function's output would be available within playbook designer. One thing I continually have to do when using a function I haven't used in awhile is either 1. pull up an existing workflow that...