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From Josh Dayment – Barcode Scanning Component for Flow

The Barcode Scanner component provides you a way to scan various types of Barcodes using a flow and the Salesforce Mobile App, Mobile Publisher for Salesforce, or Mobile Publisher for Communities in Flow screens. It allows you to take the data stored in that barcode and return the variable to be used later downstream in […]

From Chase Kaiser – Tips on Managing Your Flow Tabs

If you are like me, you break your more extensive flows into multiple (sometimes dozens) of subflows. When building out and debugging these subflows concurrently, it can be a massive pain to navigate between them all as Salesforce gives each tab the generic “Flow Builder” title, leaving you with a mess like the screenshot below. […]

Copy & Paste of Images in Flow

Want to easily paste in imges from the clipboard or upload them from your desktop, and then use them in emails and rich text record fields? You can do that with Input Rich Text. Here’s a new video that focuses on image manipulation: Install the Rich Text Input extension here.

From Chase Kaiser: A New Quick Choice Feature – “InstantNavigation Mode”

“InstantNavigation Mode” is a new feature added to the Quick Choice component (now located in the new flowscreencomponentsbasepack) that, when set to true, triggers a navigateNext event when a visual card is selected.  This allows for fast navigation through a flow, especially when additional processing is needed based on the selection before further inputs/screens can […]

From the Salesforce Heroku Team: Extend Flows with Heroku Compute and External Services

This detailed blog post from Salesforce shows how to use a specification created using the Open API Spec to generate Flow Action via External Services. So far, that’s not really new. But then the authors show how you can create a Heroku-based implementation of that API using Node.js. Finally, they show how platform events can […]