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Pilot Preview – Flow Orchestrator Tutorial 1 – Introduction

This is the first tutorial for the upcoming Summer ’21 Flow Orchestrator pilot. If you’re interested in joining the pilot, contact your Account Executive. (If you don’t have an Account Executive, keep your eyes open…there may be other ways to participate in the future)

A New Facebook Group for Flow Users

Doug Swist brought to our attention this Facebook Group, which sports an impressive 2000+ members! Formed by Paul Carass, this site is providing a lot of useful support and resolutions. Check it out!

Follow Flow Fantatic’s 25-Day Flow Solution Challenge on YouTube

If you head over to the Flow Fanatic channel on YouTube, you’ll see that Alex Fram-Schwartz is creating new flow solutions and has challenged himself and his audience to solve 25 of them in 25 days. One thing I love about what he’s doing is that he’s targeting undelivered ideas from the Trailblazer community. We’ve […]

Flow Scheduler: Enable Self-Service Scheduling for Field Service

Context and Use Case Salesforce Field Service (formerly known as Field Service Lighting or FSL) provides a series of UIs that allow agents and dispatchers to schedule appointments. However, a common use case for organizations involves providing self-service scheduling for end users through a Community. This package provides a wrapper and UI that allows admins […]

Which navigation button is right for me?

There are multiple custom buttons and navigation tools on unofficialsf.com, each with unique advantages. Here are a few of your options, and when you might consider each one: Custom Flow Navigation Buttons by David Fromstein Description: Used solely for directing navigation between elements within a Flow Full disclosure: the guy writing this comparison doc is the […]