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Salesforce Lightning Flow — Using Advanced SOQL

December 2019 UPDATE: The first actions that take advantage of Spring ’20 enhancements to enables SOQL queries in Flow without needing to create any Apex are starting to get published. Learn more. It’s surprisingly straightforward to add a complex SOQL query to your Lightning Flow. The process involves creating a simple Apex class that carries […]

New Flow Content

Flow Builder Posts Check out Arnab Bose’s post on the new Flow Builder. Arnab heads up product management for Lightning Flow. The new Flow Builder is part of this Platform press release, as well. New Flow Solutions Category on App Exchange A new Flow Solutions section has been added to the AppExchange. This includes a range of […]

See the New Official Screen Components online on Tuesday at Release Readiness Live

Stimulated by demand and response from these unofficial community components, Salesforce has finished adding a new batch of official screen components to the upcoming Winter ’19 release. I’ll be demonstrating them at the Release Readiness Live Platform broadcast on Tuesday 9/18: Almost all of this batch derives in some way from the unofficial community work […]

Building Expressions in Strategy Crafter

Expressions are used in several NBA elements to determine at run-time which propositions should be allowed to flow through. You can build expressions one of two ways: Formula Mode provides a text box into which you can enter any expression that the Salesforce formula engine is capable of processing. Builder Mode provides a point-and-click way […]

July Flow Update

Disclaimer: Content and opinions are my own and not the views of my employer. The software discussed here is not official Salesforce software. Some nice Flow-related posts from the community Terrence Chiu with a great example that incorporates both the lightning:datatable component and record:editForm. Part 1 Part 2 Rich Engelhard has a two-part post that […]