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From Tamar Erlich – Submit an orchestration from a button

Currently there are two ways you can launch a flow orchestration: using a record trigger, or auto launch from Apex, But what if I want to be able to launch an orchestration from a button and mimic the good old “Submit for Approval” button? I looked at alternative ways to start orchestrations, and this is […]

From Ryan Mercer: Yet More File Upload Improvements

From Ryan Mercer: “I’m excited to release my next sprint of File Upload Improved. Thank you to everyone for your feature suggestions, I really enjoy working through your great ideas! Please continue to keep them coming.” This release’s features include… Show files below the component By default, the files will show above the File Upload […]

From Tom Hoffman and Automation Hour: Manage Enterprise Territory Management with Salesforce Flow

It’s always great to see someone like Tom go deep on the use of Flow for a particular corner of Salesforce. Enterprise Territory Management is a core element of Sales Cloud, and this Automation Hour shows how to automate easily. Check it out!

Recent Changes to Help Text in Screen Components

This is a memo from the Flow product team. Some customers have noted that, for some screen components, the behavior of the help text button recently changed from “hover to see help” to “click to see help”. Here’s some background behind that change. Originally, all Flow screen components supported formatting, embedded images, and embedded links […]

Give 5 Minutes – Take the Screen Flow Survey!

The Salesforce Flow team recently opened up an informal survey to get the community’s thoughts and feedback to help drive the future of Screen Flows. They would greatly appreciate 5-10 minutes of your time! Check it out