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Some input parameters requires strings in one of two forms. Send Rich Email, for example, can take a list of string email addresses but can’t (currently) take a comma-separated-list. This package provides a set of simple actions to convert data from one form to the other. Convert from Collection to CSV String This takes a […]
Chris has written the first of a promised series of actions that allow easy declarative, automated manipulation of Business Hours information. Check it out!
There are several techniques that can be applied to let users pause a flow and resume it. The simplest technique is to enable the Pause button in each of the flow’s screens, and then give the user access to the Paused Flows lightning component, from where they can resume. However, this is not always workable. […]
David Entremont has built a collection processor (a flow action designed to accept a collection of any type) that taps into Queueable Apex. If you use this to save your collection instead of Update Records or Create Records, it will be batched as a job to be run in the background. You can’t count on […]
Amusing and informative. A great Flow intro for Apex developers, too. Check it out! Also check out the Flow and Apex wiki page
Excellent analysis. Check it out! And also checkout the Flow Triggers Wiki Page.
Introduction You can use formulas in both Flow…. and Process Builder: But these tools only are available to admins building flows and processes. Recently we’ve been tinkering with rich flow-based applications where we wanted to let users who are running flows create formulas and see them put to use. These use cases tend to involve […]
Video is up from Jen’s recent presentation at Cactusforce. I love how real her examples are. You can learn a lot of best practices from studying her Flows.