#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring23 You can now enable the release update to run flows in user context when invoked via REST API. This will ensure that the user’s profile and permission sets determine the object permissions and field-level access of the flow.
Previously, a flow ran in system context when the flow was executed via REST API. A flow that runs in system context has permission to access and modify all data.
Product Area: Salesforce Flow
References & Useful URLs
- For Related Spring ’23 Release Note Article – Click here
- Blog post – Step By Step Guide to Calling Flow From an API
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