#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter24 Use choice components to respond to user selections elsewhere on the same screen.
For example, if you have a flow screen that lists opportunities in a Data Table, you can include a reactive Choice Lookup component that specifies an opportunity stage. As the user selects and deselects opportunities, the value of the Choice Lookup component changes to reflect the selected opportunity’s stage.
Or let’s say you have a flow screen used for returning merchandise. Create a Picklist component with reasons for the return such as Don’t Want, and add a Radio Buttons component to automatically select how the customer funds are returned, for example, Store Credit.
Product Area: Salesforce Flow
References & Useful URLs
- For Related Winter ’24 Release Note Article – Click Here
- Blog Post – Step By Step Guide To Creating Screen Flow in Salesforce
- Blog Post – Step by Step Guide to Using Data Table in Salesforce Flow
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