Big Idea or Enduring Question: How do you automatically add chatter group members to a public group or queue? Objectives: After reading this blog, you’ll be able to: Understand what is a public group understand mixed DML errors and solutions to avoid such error Create a public group and queue
Tag: Process Automation
Enhance Productivity with Push Notification to Desktop or Mobile!
You may be thinking, what am I so excited about the Salesforce recent release? Well, let me count the reasons! However, one of the reasons, that stands out the most is, enhancements related to Salesforce Flow – Oh, yes! you got that right. Let me start with a few examples:
Need to Redirect a User to a New Record?
Have you ever come across a situation in Flow where you wanted to redirect your users to a newly created record but did not know how to handle/configure/implement it? Yep, pretty frustrating memory – who could forget? Well, thanks for reading my blogs, you’re in luck! Using different use cases,
Restricting Login Flows to Execute Only Once!
A few years back I wrote an article Unconventional application of Two-factor Authentication!. It was a huge success – I received several emails from people requesting me to write another article to show something on restricting login flow to once, based on the condition; instead of, running the flow more than once. Before
Do You Know How Screen Element Bestows Power on Flow Builder?!
Check out my previous articles: Want to be an Early Adopter of the New Flow Builder? Welcome Aboard! Getting Started with Salesforce Flow Designer– Part 1 (Understand, Create & Use Variables in Flow) In the aforementioned articles, I have discussed the new Flow Builder tool – introduced by Salesforce in Spring’19 release and
Understand, Create & Use Variables in Salesforce Flow!
Enjoy enhanced flow-building experience starting with Spring’19 release. Salesforce is at it again! – replacing Cloud Flow Designer (Canvas to design and build the flows) with a faster and robust tool – Flow Builder. It streamlines the process of – (1) flow building; and (2) maintenance – with a simplified user interface. In light of the above,