#SalesforceSummer24 – Reactive Collection Choice Sets

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer24 Screen components that accept Collection Choice Set resources as inputs can now react to changes in other components on the same screen. For example, you can now use the output of a Data Table component to populate a collection choice set resource, and then use that resource to configure a Choice Lookup component on the same screen.

Product Area: Salesforce Flows

Each time a user updates a selection in the Data Table component, the Choice Lookup component reflects the change. Previously, collection choice set resources couldn’t react to changes on the same screen.

Each time a user updates a selection in the Data Table component, the Choice Lookup component reflects the change.

Define a resource of “Collection Choice Set” type and use the output of a Data Table component to populate the resource. Each time a user updates a selection in the Data Table component, the Choice Lookup component reflects the change

Define a resource of “Collection Choice Set” type and use the output of a Data Table component to populate the resource.

Use the Collection Choice Set resource to configure a Choice Lookup component on the same screen

Use the Collection Choice Set resource to configure a Choice Lookup component on the same screen

References & Useful URLs

  • For Related Summer ’24 Release Note Article – Click Here

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