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Flow Winter ’20 Features in Release Readiness Live + Automation Hour

Winter ’20 is a big release for flownatics, and the Flow PMs scored slots not only on the Admin, Developer and Platform Release Readiness Live shows, but also did a special Flow edition just for you! Check out the Winter ’20 Release Readiness videos: Developer Preview: Apex-defined data types (new collection operators!), Mulesoft integration, custom […]

Watch the Latest Official Flow Webinar (on Employee Engagement)

Even if you’re not focused on employee productivity, this flow webinar is worth watching because it has a brand new flow demo that features Summer ’19 features and is basically the latest, greatest content on Flow. Multiple product managers put time into this one, and the quality is high. Watch Now

Generate URLs That Launch Flows with “Generate Flow Link”

This simple Flow Action generates URL’s that can be used to launch flows in your org. This is particularly useful when its used with UI that lets the user choose a flow from a list of flows. The combination of the Flow List ‘picker’, followed by Generate Flow Link and then used with Open URL […]

Official Transition Information Regarding Rich Text and Flow Text Templates

Salesforce put together this FAQ to provide details on some of the subtleties involved in the transition from the old HTML Text Templates to the new standardized approach used by Flow Builder as of Summer ’19. Check it out.

Navigate to a Record in View or Edit Mode at the end of a Flow

A common need in Flows is to be able to redirect the user to a new record that may have been created in the Flow. This new Lightning Flow Action can be used to redirect the user to the specified record in either View Mode or Edit Mode. ersNavigateToRecord