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Assignment Plug-in by GearsDesign

Easily send records back through Assignment Rules using Process Builder or Flow. Compatible with Leads or Cases, this simple plug-in gives Administrators flexible options to build out a solution that works with their existing configuration. This Plug-In will work in Classic or Lightning Click here to access this Appexchange solution

Adding Validation Functions to Flow Screen Components

This feature shipped quietly back in Winter ’19. The official docs are somewhat hidden away here. This blog post is mainly an effort to raise the profile of this feature a bit. If you wrap a base component that has a “required” attribute, even if you expose the attribute, Flow will not know to check […]

Flow Screen Component: Dependent Picklists with RecordType and MultiSelect Picklist support by Narender Singh

Narender Singh created a flow screen component for a dependent picklist tha supports picklist value selection based on the record type. https://forcepanda.wordpress.com/2019/06/11/flow-screen-component-dependent-picklists-with-recordtype-and-multiselect-picklist-support/

How to Declaratively Handle with Flow When Files are Shared to Records by DOUGLAS C. AYERS

Douglas Ayers and Michelle Hansen developed an Apex trigger that could know when a file was being shared to a record and then call an autolaunched flow where the business logic could be implemented declaratively.

How To: Use Collection Operators in Assignment Element

This video was done in 2018, but it’s still one of the best demonstrations of how to make use of the Collection Operators in the Assignment element.