Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 3, 2005
Copasetic Software, a developer of web automation solutions, today announced the release of WebAction 1.2. This new tool enables users to record a series of web-related actions and replay them. Automatically logging on to bank accounts, filling out online forms, or refreshing a website at scheduled intervals are just a few examples of the potential uses of this Internet Explorer plug-in.
"The convenience and accessibility of information on the Internet has created a time and data management challenge for almost everyone" said Copasetic Software founder Craig Hobbs. "Whether simplifying complex online tasks or as an alternative to keeping your online passwords written on sticky notes, WebAction provides a solution that streamlines repetitive, time-consuming activities."
Designed to assist both everyday Internet users and web professionals, WebAction offers a simple, intuitive interface with advanced options such as editing macros in XML. To use WebAction, users need only use VCR-like controls record, play and stop.
The new release adds options to schedule WebAction files to run, append existing files, and undo a recorded action while recording. The new features enhance usability for everyday users and increase functionality for more advanced users.
Users can try WebAction for free and purchase it for US$29.99 from http://www.copaseticsoftware.com. WebAction is also available for purchase at http://www.download.com, http://www.windowsmarketplace.com and http://www.tucows.com.
System requirements for the product include: Windows XP/2003 and Internet Explorer 6.0 or better.
About Copasetic Software LLC
Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Copasetic Software designs, develops and markets innovative automation software and solutions to efficiently manage data and reduce repetitive work. WebAction is the first product released by Copasetic Software. For more information visit the Copasetic Software web site at http://www.copaseticsoftware.com.
Amy Janas, Copasetic Software
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