When writing multiple scripts, you may find the same steps in many of them. For example, they have to close the opened window after completing a process. Instead of repeating the same steps for closing windows in each script, you can create a single script to handle that step. Then call it in every script that needs it.
Another example is when you need to log in every time you access a system to do something. We suggest you create a task called “Login” separately and then call it using the “Call Task” action in any script that needs to be login to the system. By doing this, you can save your time writing scripts.