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Easy “IN” Filters in Flow with the FilterCollection Flow Action

Intro Video SOQL provides a useful IN operator that filters the query on a specific set of values: You currently can’t do this directly in the Flow Builder Get Records element, but you can install this FilterCollection Flow Action to provide the capability. Out of the box, this action is set up to support standard […]

TDX Session Video:Building Advanced Flows with Choices, Loops, and New Apex-defined Types

Here’s a broadcast of one of the two Advanced Flow sessions from TDX.

Flow Action: Get Picklist Values

In my spare time I’m experimentally rebuilding Approval Processes on top of Flow and I recently had a need for a way in Flow to retrieve a set of picklist values that I could then work with. So I built a simple Flow Action to enable all flow designers to do this without code. It’s […]

Scaling to Thousands of Screens with Lightning Flow (AKA: the Troubleshooting Pattern)

In the common diagnostic use case, you have a tree structure of information and you work your way through the tree, gathering information and using it to determine the next diagnostic question. This is useful for important and distinctive use cases like troubleshooting and coming up with a good offer. Here’s an example: Now, the […]

Hosting Components on UnofficialSF

When we learn about a good component, we seek to: create a page for it on unofficialsf. This can either be a Post or a Page. make sure the install instructions on that page provide links to unmanaged and managed packages. Managed packages can be important if there are collisions between support files. For example, […]