When you upload a file to Salesforce, it can be viewed internally. However, what if you want to create public URLs and share them outside of Salesforce?
There are many assignment operators that you can use with collection variables. Although “Equals” and “Add” operators are the most common ones, there are many useful collection assignment operators in Salesforce Flow.
Salesforce provides a single application to multiple organizations, which makes it a multi-tenant platform. Therefore, Salesforce enforces limits to make sure that flows don’t take over the shared resources in the multi-tenant environment.
Salesforce announced a strategic partnership with WhatsApp at Dreamforce 2022. This partnership will allow Salesforce customers to connect with their customers seamlessly on the WhatsApp Business App through WhatsApp’s Cloud API.
Salesforce introduced a new flow element called Collection Filter in the Spring ’22 release. It is available in all the core flow types. Although it is not one of the main elements that you need in every flow, it is a very important one indeed.
There are endless things that you can perform using Salesforce Flow. In many cases, you might need to create a link to a record in flow.
Winter ’23 release is approaching and it will be in our environments soon. Just like the last few releases, also this new release has many great features for Salesforce Flow.
Salesforce introduced a brand new element called Roll Back Records in the Winter ’22 Release. Roll Back Records data element is available only in screen flows. You can use it to roll back a transaction and cancel all its pending record changes.
Unlike the other automation tools like Workflow Rule and Process Builder, there is an option to delete records in Flow. You can use the Delete Records data element to delete one or multiple records in Salesforce.
Delete operation can be used to delete records from the database, which sends those records to the recycle bin. In some use cases, you may want to hard delete the records so that the users cannot restore them. However, there is no standard way to hard delete records in Salesforce Flow.