Here are the exciting demos, ideas, documentation nuggets, and hacks that I’ve read about that I plan to stream next! Can I make these work?
- Unofficial SF: Style Your Flow with Headers, Banners, Rules, Formatting and More
- Jen W. Lee: Give Your Users a To-Do List with Actions & Recommendations Component
- Unofficial SF: Sum, Multiple, and Average Fields in a Collection with CollectionCalculate
- Salesforce Flowsome: How to Redirect Your Users When Flows Finish
- Salesforce Documentation: Define Localized Component Labels and Attribute Values on Lightning Pages Using Custom Labels
- Unofficial SF: Save & Update Custom Metadata Records Using Flow
- Unofficial SF: Flow Button Bar: New and Improved!
- Salesforce Flowsome: Create an Easy Login Flow
- Salesforce Ben: Salesforce Learning Paths
- Jayakrishna Ganjikunta: Fault Connector & Exception Handling in Salesforce Flows
- Salesforce Ben: Interactive Org Chart Tool for Salesforce
- Unofficial SF: Flow Carousel
- Salesforce Ben: Free Business Card Scanner for Salesforce
- Salesforce News: Dynamic Interactions (GA Winter 2021)
- Salesforce Flowsome: Mass Update Records from a Related List
- Unofficial SF: Create custom Metadata records from Flow & CSV File
- AppExchange: Org360
- AppExchange: Fabulous Confetti
- Anything Salesforce Maps (Assuming you can get some sort of demo/dev version?)
- UnofficialSF: Flow Scheduler for Self-Service Scheduling
- UnofficialSF: New Option for the Lookup Component
- ForcePanda: Generating Public URL for Salesforce Files
The Stuff I Skip
Here are the “how to’s” for steps that I usually skip when I’m streaming:
06/24/2021 Salesforce Flowsome: How to use Fault connectors in 2 ways
This one was a HIT!! It’s simple, easy for even beginners to Flow, and really does a lot to help you help your users. Definitely one I’m adding to my tool kit.
05/19/2021 Unofficial SF: Validation Checker Flow Action
I’m calling this one “inconclusive…” I definitely got the flow error, but I didn’t get the one I WANTED to get. I can see how this would be ridiculously useful, though, and talked through some specific use cases.