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Blink Copilot


Kindly be advised that the Blink Copilot is currently in its beta phase.

During this testing phase, the functionality of the Blink Copilot is limited to the creation of new Automations from scratch.

The ability to edit, update, and delete Automations using the Blink Copilot is not yet available.


Blink Copilot is an innovative feature that helps users to create custom automations from the ground up, using the advanced capabilities of generative AI to enhance and streamline workflows within the Blink editor.

  1. Open your workspace and select Create New Automation.

  2. In the top-right corner select the Blink Copilot icon.

  3. A chat interface will appear.

  4. Provide Blink Copilot with detailed instructions specifying the type of automation you want it to create and then press send. It may take a few seconds to generate the automation. You can also cancel the operation at any time.

  5. Once the process is complete, your canvas will update with Blink Copilot's recommendation based on the instructions you entered into the text input.

  6. Lastly, you can either augment the automation that Blink Copilot has just created or save it to your workspace for future use.



Before executing your automation, double-check your automation to ensure it meets your requirements perfectly.

Constructing the Perfect Automation Prompt

  1. Be clear and precise: Providing clear and specific instructions will assist Blink Copilot in understanding your instructions clearly.
  2. Use complete integration names: For example, instead of using generic terms like "Compute Instance", specify the full name of the relevant integrations, such as "AWS EC2 Compute Instance".
  3. Keep it simple and concise: To tackle complex workflows effectively, consider breaking your instructions into bullet points, ensuring each bullet point prompt is concise and straightforward.


  1. Blink Copilot does not support working with Tables and text blocks.
  2. Sometimes results may be incorrect or invalid.
  3. Automations that involve multiple integrations may not generate properly.