1. Dynamic Question can have default settings
Version 1.1 of DynamicQuestion allows defaults to be set for each question, including the parent question. These default values can be a string or a Flow variable. Based on a request by JodieM. Get the new version here.
This simple little component makes it easy to add extra padding/spacing to your Flow screens and make them line up better. Get MultiShim here.
3. Lightning Input, The super uber lightning input, by Ryan McConnell
I can’t even begin to tell you all this things this control does. It can do time. It can do sliders. It can do radio buttons. It’s basically a universal input control built by the Lightning Platform team, and now made available for Flow. Here’s a set of four lightningInput controls, set to the following types: color, slider, telephone, and week.
Get it here. Ryan McConnell, an engineer at Salesforce, built this sweet Flow component.
This is the first Flow Extension that taps into the power of a non-Salesforce web service. Of course, Flow has a built-in Send Email element. But some users may want to use the powerful SendGrid messaging and templating services. Get it here.
5. Learn about Navigation Overrides.