We always love seeing a new Flow-focused blog. Here’s one from Melody. Noteworthy: she offers to build flows to order to solve your problem! To see our list of this and other Flow Blogs, go here.
About Alex Edelstein
Alex Edelstein is a product manager at Salesforce. Any views expressed here, however, are his own and not those of Salesforce.
Entries by Alex Edelstein
Our marketing colleagues have put together a polished 20-page PDF ‘Playbook’ that talks about Flow and the larger Einstein Automate family of Salesforce solutions. This content is primarily aimed at business decision makers and you may not find it as directly applicable as some of the other content at UnofficialSF but it does a great […]
As of Spring ’21, you can combine Conditional Field Visibility with Multicolumn Screens to indent a block of child fields. You’ll see how applying Coditional Field Visibility to a Section allows an entire block of components to easily be turned on or off.
Check out this new set of video tutorials from Andy Utkan at ‘Salesforce Break’: Here’s where you can find him on Trailblazer Communities.
As of Spring ’21, there’s a new flow action that shows up if Surveys is enabled in your org, allowing you to use Flow to send your survey invitations: This initial release only takes a single recipient user, so it isn’t optimal for mass sends. It’s great for things like reminder messages. Mass Sending via […]
Mohith Shrivastava is one of our great developer evangelists at Salesforce with deep Flow know-how. He recently recorded a full hour of content on this topic as part of the weekly Developer Podcasts that Josh Birk is producing here. A lot of of our tutorials are either aimed only at admins or out-of-date or both, […]
From Munawir ‘Mun’ Rahman in Indonesia comes a great package that installs an Inbound Email Service that takes incoming emails (each Inbound Email Service generates an email address that you can hand out), extracts the email into fields, and calls your flow. All you have to do is create a flow to handle the incoming […]
Courtesy of Akihiro Aizawa at Salesforce, this chart shows the combinations where the Scheduled Paths button will appear in Flow Builder. Note that in Spring ’21, Scheduled Paths only appears in the original Freeform mode, and not in the beta Autolayout mode.
The very well executed Release Readiness Live video for Spring ’21 features deep-dive introductions to Prior Value resources in Flow, Scheduled Paths support, debugging enhancements, and more.
The Digital Engagement team in Service Cloud has added a useful new action for sending SMS messages. It’s called Messaging Notification. Here’s what it looks like in Flow Builder and in Process Builder: Currently, the input parameters are labelled quite differently between the two versions. Configuring Flow Builder: How It Works Set Recipient Record ID […]