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Introducing Salesforce Flow for Slack

At TrailblazerDX last month, Salesforce officially announced Salesforce Flow for Slack as part of a larger announcement about Flow expansion and success. Here’s more detail on what this announcement means and represents. Four New Flow Capabilities Flow for Slack encompasses four new Flow & Approval Processes capabilities: A set of Flow Actions that enable flows […]

Developer Notes: Packaging Changes to the Base Packs

Version 3.0 of FlowActionsBasePack will shortly be available. It is still a managed package, but the namespace of 3.0 and all subsequent versions of FlowActionsBasePack is ‘usf3’ instead of ‘usf’. Version 3.0.6 of Flow Screen Components Base Pack is being released at the same time. It requires Version 3.0 of FlowActionsBasePack. 9 files that made […]

Summer ’22 Sneak Peak: Flow, Orchestrator, NBA

Here’s what you can look forward to in Summer ’22 – hopefully this post will make your ‘Summer 22 Treasure Hunt’ posts a little easier! Note that this is not the complete list of changes and you should carefully check the Release Notes for changes that may impact your org. Record Triggered Flows No-Code Flow […]

From Salesforce: Five New Video Shorts That Introduce Flow Concepts

It’s always fun to see the official content produced by Salesforce with its slick animation. Recently, the company released 5 useful video shorts introducing Flow concepts. We’ll put a link to this on the Tutorial Videos page.

From SFDC Panther: A Great Video Series on Login Flows, including Multifactor Authentication (MFA)

A series in three parts: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Adding Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Part 3: MFA with Twilio