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Blink Platform

In Blink's Platform you can find all the necessary document associated with Blink's Platform such as what features are included in Blinks Platform , what the purpose is of each feature as well as how to use them.


Workspaces enables you to create data-segregated and separate workspaces for different teams across your company, as well as, for different use cases. Every team can have one or more workspaces. This enables team members to collaborate on projects and share automated workflows and resources efficiently. All the workflows of a Workspace appear on the Automations Pack page. See [Workspaces](/docs/blink-platform/workspaces/) for more details.


Blink Co-Pilot 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. Visit [Blink Copilot](/docs/blink-platform/blink-copilot/) for more details.

Blink Copilot

Automation Library

The Automation Library contains a wide variety of pre-made Automations. Import an Automation template and make small adjustments to suit your needs, instead of creating an Automation from scratch.See Automation Library for more details.


Self-service Portal

Blink enables you to create Automations that streamline workflows, and securely share them with other teams and workspaces. Users granted access can easily use the Automations and move on to the next important job, without waiting for someone to create or do a task for them. You can use any existing Automation that is shared with (exposed to) you. All Automations that are shared with you are listed in your Self-service portal. The Self-service Portal cuts out the middle-man enabling a more efficient work process. Visit the Self-Service Portal for more details.


Global Variables

Global Variables are persistent values you can define and use throughout your entire workspace and within Automations. With Global variables, users can store centralized information and pass data between Automations. This improves consistency in your Automations and saves valuable time as you define them once only. Visit [Global Variables](/docs/blink-platform/global-variables) for more details.



The runner serves as the essential element in executing all actions within an Automation. It offers the flexibility of deployment either on Blink's cloud infrastructure or within your own environment. To enhance scalability and distribute the workload efficiently, you have the option to create a runner group that can incorporate multiple instances of the runner.



Tables enable you to present and interact with data in Blink, unlocking new automation possibilities. Since your Automations can write to Tables and read data from them, this enables you to create stateful Automations and workflows.



Dashboards are a visual interfaces for presenting data in Tables across the Blink Platform.


The Blink CLI enables you to build and manage your Blink operations from the terminal.


The References folder contains essential concepts that enhance your understanding of the Blink Platform. It encompasses the significance of expression language and its practical application in the Blink Platform, Audit Logs, the YAML Format, as well as the Blink application for Slack.