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Summer ’22 Sneak Peak: Flow, Orchestrator, NBA

Here’s what you can look forward to in Summer ’22 – hopefully this post will make your ‘Summer 22 Treasure Hunt’ posts a little easier! Note that this is not the complete list of changes and you should carefully check the Release Notes for changes that may impact your org. Record Triggered Flows No-Code Flow […]

From Salesforce: Five New Video Shorts That Introduce Flow Concepts

It’s always fun to see the official content produced by Salesforce with its slick animation. Recently, the company released 5 useful video shorts introducing Flow concepts. We’ll put a link to this on the Tutorial Videos page.

From SFDC Panther: A Great Video Series on Login Flows, including Multifactor Authentication (MFA)

A series in three parts: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Adding Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Part 3: MFA with Twilio

From Kerri Mesa: Send Branded Emails With Attachments That Can Be Edited Before Sending

Editor’s Note: Kerri’s application stands out because of the way it cleverly integrates several extensions to provide a slick send email solution that has template-like features but allows the user to edit the content before sending. Check it out! I had a real request come in where someone wanted to be able to send branded […]

Great New Demo Video: Incident Management Via Orchestrator

This official Salesforce demo highlights Orchestrator: For more videos and information Orchestrator, the powerful way to build sophisticated multi-step workflows on top of Flow, go here.