Hands on Video: Closed Loop Marketing with Flow Part 1

Welcome to another Salesforce Weekly hands on tutorial. This time we’re using flow to help us improve our Closed Loop Marketing activities. Background: Lead Management is a simple journey which starts with the creation of the Lead record. Various Marketing Activities are performed to warmed the Lead up. Once the Lead is Qualified the Lead Read more about Hands on Video: Closed Loop Marketing with Flow Part 1[…]

How To: Use Flow to Report on the Most Recent Record (Enhanced Setup and Extended Use Case)

As part of our series of #FlowFeb blogs, we recently shared this example of how Flow can be used to help report on only the most recent child record. By creating a Most Recent Record checkbox field on the child object and using Flow to maintain this field across all records whenever a new one Read more about How To: Use Flow to Report on the Most Recent Record (Enhanced Setup and Extended Use Case)[…]

How To: Use Flow to Report on the Most Recent Record

This month is quickly becoming Flow February here at Salesforce Weekly. Following Mike’s examples of how you can build (and improve) a flow to create your own rollup summary, here we are going to tackle another relatively common requirement – the ability to include only the most recent child record in a report – and see Read more about How To: Use Flow to Report on the Most Recent Record[…]

How To: Create Roll Up Summaries using Flow – Part 2

As promised and continuing on from my previous post on Creating Roll Up Summaries using Flow, I want to offer up one solution for recalculating Project Total Time on Delete of Time Entry records. Remember the last time? We showed how to use creations and edits of Time Entry records to calculate a rolled-up Total Time, Read more about How To: Create Roll Up Summaries using Flow – Part 2[…]

Spring ’15: Release Notes Digest

Salesforce gave us all an early present yesterday when the preview release notes for Spring ’15 were published. For a release which delivers on an unprecedented number of IdeaExchange suggestions, the release notes (available in HTML and PDF) are remarkably trim at just 252 pages (congratulations to Brian Kwong whose wizardry led him to the Read more about Spring ’15: Release Notes Digest[…]

How To: Getting Started with Visual Flow (Part 1)

Welcome to the first part of a post about Getting Started with Visual Workflow. I thought it’s about time we started looking into Visual Workflow, or simply Flow, in more depth, especially as it’s often touted as a saviour to many automation challenges on the success community. Until now, it has been the last option which Read more about How To: Getting Started with Visual Flow (Part 1)[…]