Much like last month’s ‘Flowcast’ – I highlight a bunch of components, articles, and actions featured here on UnofficialSF – check it out in the link below! The description in the video has links to each of the articles mentioned – enjoy!
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Melody over at Salesforce Flowsome wrote up a helpful article summarizing all the various governor limits that come into play when creating Flows and turned them into plain English. Check it out!
Jonathan Gillespie created a nifty action that lets you Create and Update Custom Metadata records from within Flow – something not possible out of the box. Check it out over at his GitHub account: https://github.com/jongpie/CustomMetadataSaver When do you use Custom Metadata? Custom Metadata is an extremely powerful feature that lets you control core logic from […]
Check out what went on in the Flow development community in the month of February! This highlight video will cover various posts from here on UnofficialSF as well as other components and actions found online. Have something cool to share? Post a link in the comments thread! Spring 21’ Links Official Flow Release Notes – […]
From Salesforce MVP Narender Singh comes a nifty screen component that lets you create Custom Metadata Records from a CSV file from an embedded screen component: Check it out This is especially neat because it’s currently pretty difficult to mass create custom metadata records as you cannot use Apex or Dataloader. Thanks Narender! For you […]
Hi everyone! I recently worked on a video to help give an overview on when and why you might use Flow extensions. I also cover some good sample scenarios using various actions and also cover some lessons learned. Check out the summary (with helpful clickable timestamps) below! Here’s the video: Slides (with the hyperlinks to […]
Introduction Do you hate food recipe blogs that go on and on about a special story about how they grew up smelling grandma’s cooking and getting frustrated because you just want to get the recipe? Your kids are crying, the garlic and onions are burning, and you finally get to the recipe but it’s covered […]
User munawirrahman over on Medium posted a neat Invocable that makes use of the ‘FuzzyWuzzy’ algorithm to compare the similarities between two text strings in Flow. Check it out
Continuing his work in Flow Benchmarking (Salesforce Record Automation Benchmarking by Luke Freeland), Luke has done some more interesting benchmarking with performance data on forcing Flow to store all fields in the new ‘Get All Fields’ feature. Interesting stuff and worth considering when forcing Flow to truly store all of the fields in a record […]
Over on my new blog Declarative Ninja I’ve made a video on on how I built a dataloader ‘on guardrails’ where you can take a CSV file and perform mass DML in a controlled environment via Flow. Check it out!