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New Version of Load Web Page Flow Screen Component

The old version of Load Web Page used an event-based architecture that doesn’t work in all Salesforce environment. Here’s a new version that should work everywhere: Install Provide it with a url that has the “http://” in front of it.

Mark Ross on the New Contact Request Flow

Courtesy of Automation Hour, an excellent video introduction to Contact Requests.

Seamless Flow Handoffs from Users to Agents

Users can start flows and then pause them, and those same flows can be made to appear on the user’s Contact record where an agent can resume and complete the flow. This requires and relies on the Guided Action List’s ability to find and display all paused flows associated with a record. The Community user […]

Learn how to Insert Images in Flow Screens

There’s a new blog post on Salesforce’s official blog channel covering the use of the official, bundled-with-Flow Display Image screen component. Check it out. There’s also the more powerful, less polished Image screen component that continues to be available on this community site. The original post on that. Here’s a post we did on overriding […]

New Flow Action: Get Distance between Cities

There are scenarios where you need to know the distance between two specific cities and use it in your flows. Now you can easily do it using this new flow action. Grab an unmanaged package here, install it to you Salesforce organization and add it to your flow. Alternatively, you can grab the source code […]