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Flow Use Case – New Task Button with picklist for selecting the record type

When our org migrated to Lightning, we were faced with an interesting issue: we had many task record types and in order to enable our end users to create tasks from the activity composer, we had to create a different quick action for each task record type. The result wasn’t pretty Our users wanted a […]

Preventing duplicate junction object records by GORAV SETH

GORAV SETH demonstrates how you can use the new flow before save trigger combined with duplicate rules to prevent creation of duplicate junction object records.Check it out

Chris Van Der Merwe: Work with Business Hours via New Flow Actions

Chris has written the first of a promised series of actions that allow easy declarative, automated manipulation of Business Hours information. Check it out!

Using Serialization with Flow to Store Session Data and Enable Custom Resume

There are several techniques that can be applied to let users pause a flow and resume it. The simplest technique is to enable the Pause button in each of the flow’s screens, and then give the user access to the Paused Flows lightning component, from where they can resume. However, this is not always workable. […]

David Entremont: Increase Your Limits with the “Save Records Later” Action (Queueable Apex)

David Entremont has built a collection processor (a flow action designed to accept a collection of any type) that taps into Queueable Apex. If you use this to save your collection instead of Update Records or Create Records, it will be batched as a job to be run in the background. You can’t count on […]