Until now, we have created many processes using Process Builder. It is an easy and fun experience to create processes. These processes will execute as soon as they meet a set criteria. There are some situations, however, when a business may want to bypass a process!
Please go through this article first and make sure to create it:
Business Use Case
Pamela Kline is working as System administrator at Universal Containers. She has developed a Process (Getting Started with Process Builder – Part 47 (@Mention a related user in a Post to Chatter action) to auto post Opportunity details to the UC Internal Announcement Chatter group whenever an Opportunity gets created with an amount greater than $ 100,000; and also, when a related user, Opportunity Approver (Custom field), is @ mentioned in that post.
Pamela has now received a requirement to bypass this process for the system administrator. A system administrator usually creates hundreds of Opportunity every week. And therefore, business users want to avoid too many Chatter Feed generated by the Process that we created in Series 47.
Solution for the above business requirement
It is easy to bypass a Process for a single user or a profile – in this case, a system administrator – by adding a condition in your process, as shown in the following screenshot: Read the rest of this entry!