20 thoughts on “Getting Started with Salesforce Flow – Part 40 (Email-to-Lead with the Help of Salesforce Flow)

  1. I am trying to do this. but its not working with this message below:
    These issues prevent activation.
    Before you can activate a flow that contains scheduled paths, specify the default workflow user in your org’s process automation settings. Then save your flow again and activate it.

          1. Thank you for the reply. I have already done it. but it keep saying that I cannot bring any userid from the begining. Could you let me know?

              1. wow. it is working now~~. I guess it took a while to apply what I setup.

                Thank you for your help. Rakesh Gupt.

                Chris.

                ps. do you have any email or trailhead that I can follow you?

  2. Hi Rakesh

    I have created a flow and a process builder. Every thing works fine till the time I am not deleting the case record. The moment I try to delete the case record ,nothing works.

    Please help me.

    1. Here you go

      1. Create a process on case object and look for Type=Lead
      2. Pass the case record id to Flow
      3. Use Flow to delete the record

  3. Nice tutorial and work around for email-to-lead

    I have a doubt, how can i pass the id of the case to the flow from workflow rule so that the flow will get executed for that particular case only?

    1. I’m glad you liked it 🙂

      First, create a variable in flow VarT_CaseID
      Then modify the custom button URL to pass the case record ID to it, as mentioned below

      /flow/case_to_email?retURL=00Q&{!VarT_CaseID}={!Case.Id}

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