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UnofficialSF is Looking for Volunteer Editors

UnofficialSF is Looking for Volunteer Editors Want to help the Flow community, work closely with Salesforce Flow PM’s and build your flow knowledge? Become an UnofficialSF editor.  The general goal we have is to make this the best starting point for flow knowledge. That means tasks like adding links to the high quality flow content being […]

Summer ’19 Flow Sneak Preview

Here’s a sneak peak at some of the things you’ll be able to start playing with in a couple of weeks (either via a new pre-release org or an early sandbox upgrade). Keep in mind our forward-looking statement. Please make your purchase decisions based only on generally available product functionality. The Flow Builder gets Undo, […]

Advanced Flow Navigation Button from GravityLab

NOTE: Also consider the new ButtonBar extension. Dan Howell and GravityLab have made available an advanced Flow Navigation Button with no fewer than 12 built-in features, including: Add bespoke navigation options in a flow. For example, replace the “Next” button with a “Save and View” button. Launch new record or edit page. For example, launch the create […]

Part 1: Manipulate Rich Web Data in Flow Without Code (Apex-Defined Types)

Watch Intro Video In Summer ’19, Flow gains the ability to manipulate the kinds of complex data objects that are typically returned from calls to web services. Using Apex Actions and External Service Registrations, Flow was already able to work with web data, but it had to be in the form of simple ‘primitives’ like […]