Often times when using AutoInput in a Task, you'll need information about the screen you're going to be using AutoInput actions on. This is currently made somewhat easier by using AutoInput's "Easy Setup" mode, as you can go to a specific app screen and select the text/element.
However - if that doesn't work, and/or you want to use a similar Action on other parts of that same screen, normally you'd have to go back and forth, over and over, with Easy Setup to find the test/id, and that can become tedious.
Also - you sometimes want to run a UI Query Action in a Task, and then afterwards look for certain Text or Element ID's in the arrays UI Query returns, but in order for you to program Tasker to look for certain text/ids, you have to 'see' what AutoInput sees when it looks at the screen.
SOLUTION - Created the Task below that uses AutoInput UI Query, along with the Snackbar Plugin (free version), to make a system where you can go to any screen, have AutoInput take a 'snapshot' of everything AutoInput sees, and Tasker then puts that info in the Clipboard for you to view in a text editor.
Here is a video showing this whole Task system in action.
The Task also features a "time delay" feature, so if you need some time to click around on a specific screen before the Query runs, you have that option as well.
You can download the Task's XML Here and again - it just needs the Snackbar Plugin and of course AutoInput. If you don't have Snackbar, feel free to install it from the link above, and/or - you could modify the Task to use a Tasker Scene to perform a similar function as seen in the above video.
Task Assist - Run a "UI Query" easily on ANY screen to grab all its info for AutoInput. 3.0
Easily find out which Text Elements and ID's AutoInput can 'see' when it looks at any screen.