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Recent Changes to Help Text in Screen Components

This is a memo from the Flow product team. Some customers have noted that, for some screen components, the behavior of the help text button recently changed from “hover to see help” to “click to see help”. Here’s some background behind that change. Originally, all Flow screen components supported formatting, embedded images, and embedded links […]

Give 5 Minutes – Take the Screen Flow Survey!

The Salesforce Flow team recently opened up an informal survey to get the community’s thoughts and feedback to help drive the future of Screen Flows. They would greatly appreciate 5-10 minutes of your time! Check it out

[From Tigerface Systems] Enhanced Datatable with Full Mobile Support

Editor’s Note: UnofficialSF is pleased to enable commercial creators of Flow extensions like Tigerface Systems to introduce their products and demonstrate useful use cases. One of our goals is to see a rich tier of commercial solutions in addition to the many free extensions that will continue to be available. The Tigerface Systems Flow Data […]

New ‘Eigensonne’ Orchestrator Demo from the Orchestrator Team

This video shows an actual orchestration created by Orchestrator product manager Abhishek Sharma in collaboration with pilot Orchestrator customer Eigensonne: In this demo, you can see Orchestrator’s new beta features, including autolaunched flow support and go-to connectors for routing to a previous stage. Learn more about Orchestrator.

DataPoller and Reactive Screens for Flow

Salesforce is currently piloting a feature called Reactive Screens that allows builders to pipe the output from one screen component to the input of another screen component on the same screen. Each time the source component changes its output, the target component dynamically updates and refreshes. To explore the possibilities of this, we created a […]