Stories are a collection of interconnected actions working towards a singular goal. Think of them like automated use-cases, or playbooks. For example, you might have a Phishing story, an infected endpoint story, or an employee onboarding story.
To begin your first story, simply drag an actions or a template onto your storyboard and connect them like this:
You can also create your first story by importing one from our Story Library from right inside Tines, like this:
Another way to get started with stories is with the default stories available to you when you first create your Tines tenant:
The Simple Story: A short story that demonstrates how actions and events interact to automate workflows.
Simple Story - VPN Notification: This story demonstrates how automated threat detection and response can be performed on corporate VPN connections.
Analyze URL in URLScan: This story demonstrates how Tines actions can be used to analyze suspicious URLs.
So you can better understand what a completed story might look like, here is an example of a story designed to automate threat detection and response of corporate VPN connections:
When you start creating a new story, it is unpublished by default. An unpublished story is similar to a draft. It will be restricted in that it will only run while you're working on it. Unpublished stories do not count toward your stories quota.