The Unofficial Orchestrator Home Page

Orchestrator is a new product that orchestrates multiple flows to enable sophisticated business processes to be built without code.

Orchestrator is in Beta and is available to try on all orgs. Note that pricing and licensing has not yet been announced.


Eigensonne Demo

Pratima’s Demo

Andy Schmeichen’s Demo


(Note that these were shot on a pilot version of Orchestrator so they can be a little misleading. However they’re still useful as a walkthrough)

Intro Post

Official Documentation

Trailblazer Group

New Orchestrator Expert Corner Video with 5 Minute Demo of the Winter Beta

Antoine is the product manager in charge of the new Flow Orchestrator. Check it out!

Winter ’22 Sneak Preview for Salesforce Orchestrator

Orchestrator will go beta in Winter ’22. As a reminder, this is the home page for Orchestrator.

Here are the notable improvements in Winter ’22 for Orchestrator. To see the Winter ’22 preview for Flow, go here.

Background Steps enable Autolaunched Flows to be integrated into orchestrations

Background Steps are simple steps that don’t involve assignees. These steps essentially represent a single Autolaunched flow.

Orchestrations can loop back to repeat earlier stages

This functionality leverages the new ‘Go To’ connectors in Auto-Layout Mode

Orchestrations can be packaged

When you add an Orchestration Flow to a package, it will spider in the rest of the Orchestration’s metadata. It also properly adjusts for assignees, which were breaking cross-org packages.

Orchestrations support Manual Variables, Input Variables and Output Variables

You can now define manual variables in an Orchestration flow, just as in other flows, and configure them to be exposed to receive inputs or provide outputs.

Orchestrator Instance Records Available in Flow Builder

Orchestrator in Winter ’22 is lacking in tools to show the status of running orchestrations, but that temporary gap is already getting filled by the community, which can leverage the ability to query for all three of the core Orchestrator instance objects: Orchestration Instances, Orchestration Stage Instances, and Orchestration Step Instances