Salesforce added an option to control the transaction in Screen Flows in the Spring '21 release. It is possible to configure actions to let the flow determine whether it requires a new transaction to successfully execute the action.
Salesforce has announced the end of life (EOL) of permissions on profiles. Although it is a very critical decision, it shouldn't be a big surprise.
With the new Flow features of the Spring '23 release, Salesforce convinced us that Flow is really giving us the powers of developers. Now you can make an HTTP Callout from Flow without any code!
Since Screen Flow supports the screen element, it doesn't run in the background and it can be considered as the only visible flow type. However, should they always be visible?