Entries by Alex Edelstein

Lightning Flow Tutorials

These tutorials feature the new Flow Builder. These are designed to work well both as an introduction to Flow for someone who has never used it and as an introduction for someone converting from Cloud Flow Designer. Check them out here. More Flow Resources Official Sites Flow Documentation (https://sfdc.co/flowdocs) Lightning Flow Developer Center (https://sfdc.co/flowdev) Community […]

Introduction: Using Salesforce Flow With Quip

The new Quip Flow Actions for Salesforce Flow open up new ways to combine the shared, universal accessibility of Quip with the power of Salesforce. Video Installation Documentation Here are some examples: #1: Update Salesforce with Data From Different Quip Docs In this example, Quip docs have been created for different Salesforce contacts. One scenario where […]

Documentation for Flow Actions for Quip

Now you can add the power of Quip documents to your flows with the help of these useful actions. Introductory Blog Post Video Any action have at least two output parameters: IsSuccess, which shows if action was successful and ErrorMessage, that contains the meaningful explanation of what exactly went wrong in case of failure. The […]

Privacy Policy

Privacy Notice This privacy notice discloses the privacy practices for Unofficial Flow Actions. This privacy notice applies solely to information collected by this website. It will notify you of the following: What personally identifiable information is collected from you through the website, how it is used and with whom it may be shared. What choices […]

Flow Actions for Google Apps

This site is the home of Salesforce Flow Actions for Google Sheets. This is not an official Salesforce site or software. These flow actions make it easy to use Google Sheets and Google Docs with Lightning Flow.    

New Flow Screen Components on the AppExchange: Swipey and Flow Magic

Some excellent screen components are starting to get published as Salesforce Labs packages on the new Flow Solutions section of AppExchange. These require no code at all. Swipey is essentially a Multi-Select Picklist control with a fun, visual swipe-left, swipe-right usage model: Flow Magic provides a way to create picklists that use images and icons. […]

How to Build a Flow Action with Apex

The other day I built a flow action that generates random numbers. While doing it, I recorded the process, because we don’t have a lot of tutorial material on how you can turn a chunk of useful Apex code into a nice, declarative flow action. Here it is. For a general introduction to the invocable […]