Flows

#SalesforceWinter23 – Enhanced Formula Builder with Check Syntax

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter23 You can now use an enhanced formula builder in Flow Formula-type resources and the Collection Filter element. The builder guides you through the syntax so that you can create an expression more easily. Instead of waiting until you save a flow, you can check the formula syntax and catch errors as you work.

Salesforce Flow Enhanced Formula Builder

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#SalesforceWinter23 – Use ISCLONE in Record-Triggered Flow Formulas

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter23 Record-triggered flows for new and updated records now support the ISCLONE formula function. For example, use this function when a new record is created to check whether the new record is a clone and reset the values of the fields like Opportunity Stage.

Salesforce Flow ISCLONE Function

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#SalesforceWinter23 – Cut and Paste Flow Elements

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter23 Change the order of flow elements in auto-layout faster by using cut and paste. Previously, to move an element on the canvas, you copied and pasted the element then deleted the original element, and then you updated the API name of the pasted element.

Cut and Paste Flow Elements

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#SalesforceWinter23 – Use In and Not In Operators in Flows

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter23 With the new In and Not In operators, a flow accesses a collection of primitive values to get related records without using the Loop element. The flow uses fewer SOQL queries and DML statements, and performs faster.

The new operators support accessing collections of type Text, Number, Date, Date/Time, Currency, and Boolean. The operators are available in the Get Records, Update Records, and Delete Records elements.

salesforce flow In and Not In Operators

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