Configuring Transposit

When beginning to understand Transposit, it's helpful to know about its high-level functionality and the sequence of tasks in which you'll typically be configuring its toolbox of features, after setting up Transposit, as outlined below.

1. Create Activity Types#

When team members are discussing an incident or task in many places, you would like a single source of truth.

Get started here to create new activity types, such as incidents, tasks, requests, and jobs.

2. Create Runbooks#

Create Transposit Runbooks to document your processes.

Click New runbook to get started and add steps with titles and descriptive text explaining what to do.

3. Automate Actions#

Add automated Transposit Actions to streamline processes, making them more reliable, and reducing manual toil.

Get started here and discover that most of the actions you'll want to automate are a simple API call away.

4. Add Triggers#

Accelerate event response even more with Transposit Triggers that automatically execute a runbook based on set criteria.

Get started here so that, for example, the creation of a Jira ticket or a conversation in Slack will automatically cause your runbook to run.

Now that you have a high-level overview of configuring Transposit, let's see how it is used.

Next Steps#