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From Vibhor Goel: New Blog Posts Showing Flow Technique for Cloning, Before Save Triggers, and File Uploads

As Vihor writes, “If you are not in love with Flows already it is probably because you haven’t started using and playing around with them. I was in the same club till 3 months back. But since I have started using them I cant imagine myself not using them for most of the automations nowadays.” […]

Introducing Flow Buttons, Courtesy of Ryan Cox

Ryan Cox is a Technical Architect here at Salesforce, and he has built some very sweet Flow functionality. The FlowButton is a button that launches Flows. Simple concept, but no one has ever really shown what you can do with this. Let’s start with what you can do when you put a FlowButton on a […]

New Automation Tool Comparison Guides

Two very substantial new guides have just been published. They are the product of a huge internal effort spearheaded by Salesforce Flow Product Managers Sam Reynard and Tim Peng. Check it Out! Introduction to the Architect’s Guide Architect’s Guide to Building Forms Architect’s Guide to Building Record-Triggered Automation

Gidi Abramovich on Adding Validation to Standard Picklists using Flow and the new Record-Changed Trigger

Summer ’20 provides a new trigger: Start your Flow when a record is created or changed, just like Process Builder. Gidi’s post shows how you can use this to prevent unexpected values from being set on picklist fields. Note that Gidi’s solution features a workaround that allows the Flow to use ‘IsChanged’ functionality: Check it […]