Flow Actions

Flow Actions get added to the canvas using the Action element. They’re powerful ways to extend the capabilities of your flow. Each action expects certain inputs from ‘upstream’ in the flow and makes outputs available.

Developing Flow Actions

Learn About Flow Actions

Install Flow Actions:

ActionDescriptionType
Convert Files to AttachmentsFile management utility that makes it easier to take files that are associated with records and email them as attachments using FlowConversion
Open URLLaunch URLs into new web pages or tabs. Navigation
Send Rich (HTML) EmailSend Rich Text Email from Flow and use three different kinds of Salesforce email templatsCommunication
Get Picklist ValuesSimple Flow Action to enable all flow designers to retrieve a set of picklist values to be used in subsequent stepsMisc
Get Distance between Cities Uses Google Map APICalculations
Load Web Page Opens a new browser page or tab with a desired URLNavigation
Flow Action: Get Random NumberGenerate a random numberCalculations
Flow Actions for QuipA set of useful Quip integration actionsIntegration
ersNavigateToRecordEnd a flow by Loading a Salesforce Record in either View or Edit ModeNavigation
Navigate to Related ListEnd a flow by going to a related listNavigation
Send Email via SendGridUse the high-performance email transport service in your FlowsCommunication
Update ScreenTell the browser to intelligently refresh a particular visible recordNavigation
Play SoundPlay audio from a file or urlMisc.
Get Oracle SSN via AWSA demonstration of Direct Data Queries. Makes a REST call to AWSIntegration
Show ToastLaunches a toast message to pop up on the screen.Notifications
Get REST DataLoad data from a REST endpointIntegration
Compare two Multi-Select PicklistsInvocable Apex that compares two multi-select picklist fields and determines their common and unique values.Misc
Minimize Utility Bar WindowAllows you to minimize the utility bar item that is currently openMisc
Navigate to SObjectEnd a flow by Loading a Salesforce RecordNavigation
(Replaced by navigateToRecord)

Learn about Flow Screen Components