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Winter ’21 Flow Preview

I’m very pleased to again be able to share information about imminent new Flow functionality! This is a particularly strong release, possibly a match for the already-legendary Winter ’20 release. Preview Orgs can be obtained to try out this functionality. Flow Canvas ‘Autolayout Mode’ Flow Builder now provides a canvas option called Autolayout that automatically […]

Custom Property Editors – Developers Guide

This is the updated developers guide for Custom Property Editors, reflecting the latest Summer ’20 enhancements: More information on Custom Property Editors is available in the Flow Wiki

Developer Packaging Guideline – Managed Packages help you avoid installation failures

I recently made a big learning about the difference between managed and unlocked/unmanaged packages: when a user tries to install an unlocked package, all of the tests are run, but when a user tries to install a managed package, the tests are not run. This prevents managed package tests from interfering with validation rules on […]

Flow Use Case – Use Before Save flow to update the total login count on the user record

Trying to report on user login history using standard Salesforce reporting can be tricky. If you would like to see each users’s last login and his total login count for the last 6 months, sorted by login count, you have to use some external Excel manipulation. I was looking to get a simple report I […]