The first post in a new series on the Salesforce admin blog demonstrates a novel way to launch auoto-launched flows from a formula field on a report. This has several very interesting use casesCheck it out
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Entries by Tamar Erlich
When our org migrated to Lightning, we were faced with an interesting issue: we had many task record types and in order to enable our end users to create tasks from the activity composer, we had to create a different quick action for each task record type. The result wasn’t pretty Our users wanted a […]
GORAV SETH demonstrates how you can use the new flow before save trigger combined with duplicate rules to prevent creation of duplicate junction object records.Check it out
This action can be used to generate a list of record types for a specific object. This can be useful when you would like to present a record type selector to the user. Can be used as inputs to the QuickChoice by setting Input Mode to “Dual String Collections”. Pass in one output collection for […]
Narender Singh form ForcePanda wrote a two blog series about using map collections in flows. The second blog makes good use of the new generic sObject support in flows coming in the Spring ’20 release Part 1: https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/12/17/how-to-create-a-map-collection-in-flows-part-1/ Part 2: https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/12/18/how-to-create-a-map-collection-in-flows-part-2flow-map-methods-spring20delight/
GORAV SETH shared a quick tip on his blog about a way to create a unique collection in flowhttps://goravseth.com/creating-a-unique-collection-in-flow
The admins at https://bigassforce.com wrote a blog on how you can create a list button that launches a flow and pass the selected record ids to be processed by the flow using an undocumented flow variable
Narender Singh form https://forcepanda.wordpress.com posted a series of blogs on how to add validation to custom flow screen components: Part 1 https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/07/09/how-to-validate-custom-flow-screen-components-in-flows-part-1/ Part 2 https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/07/11/retain-input-values-while-validating-custom-flow-screen-lightning-components-part-2/ Part 3 https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/07/12/adding-validation-errors-on-individual-inputs-in-custom-flow-screen-components-part-3/
Narender Singh created a flow screen component for a dependent picklist tha supports picklist value selection based on the record type. https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/06/11/flow-screen-component-dependent-picklists-with-recordtype-and-multiselect-picklist-support/
Douglas Ayers and Michelle Hansen developed an Apex trigger that could know when a file was being shared to a record and then call an autolaunched flow where the business logic could be implemented declaratively.