PowerShell workflows from PowerGUI

Folks at PowerWF are building a design tool which lets you drag-and-drop PowerShell activities into a workflow. What makes their tool even more cool is the ability to run the workflows which you create right from the PowerGUI admin console specifically for the objects you select in the console grid.

Check out this demo:

And obviously visit the PowerWF site to download the beta and provide your feedback.

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