In this post, you can find a custom invocable action (Apex class) that runs case assignment rules for any case record that you want.
Here is a custom action that can hash any string value. It uses the SHA256 hash function and generates a 64 characters long hash value.
Salesforce introduced an option to assign a permission set with an expiration date. Here is how you can use flow for this purpose.
This component allows admins to trigger a seamless page data refresh from a flow, without having to reload the entire page.
In the Summer '22 release, Salesforce introduced an option to add custom icons to Apex-defined invocable actions. Invocable actions can now have their own unique icons in Flow Builder.
Summer ’23 release is approaching and it will be in our environments soon. Similar to the previous few releases, this release brings numerous thrilling features for Salesforce Flow.
Although screen flow is usually visible, it can also be hidden on a Lightning page. When the user looks at the page, the flow will still work, but since it is an Invisible Screen Flow, the user will not notice it. This way, you can take actions based on page views.
There is a standard input component almost for any data type. For instance, text, number, checkbox, date, etc. Although you can configure them to be required fields, there is no way to make the screen components read only.
In this post, you can find a Lightning component that refreshes the page. You can call it as a local action from screen flows in order to refresh the page and see the updated data.
Although there are many global variables that give you useful information, there is no global variable about the user's device. Therefore, it is not possible to build a flow according to the user's device.