Hola! 😀 Today I am very excited to share some cool and exciting stuff and I'm sure you're gonna love it! There is very loud buzz of Artificial Intelligence, not just within the Salesforce Community but all around the globe, and it is certainly the one of the next big things! There are already a … Continue reading Future of Apex and AI in Salesforce : Einstein Apex AI Tools
Hi there! 😀 This is going to be an exciting one! A while ago I discovered an interesting way to style the labels of the standard flow screen components. So thought of sharing it with you guys. A standard Flow screen component label When a flow runs, this is the default style of a label. … Continue reading How to style standard component labels in Flows?
Hey! 😀 Have you ever wished to put merge fields in the Rich text component but then realized that it's a platform limitation and you can't do much about it. Well, panda is here to put a smile on your face. The solution or rather, the workaround to this problem is quite simple, and i.e. … Continue reading Workaround for merge fields in standard Rich Text component
Hi, very happy to see you here! 😀 As the title of the post already describes, today we shall learn how we can work our way around flow limits, if necessary. Let's set the Tempo One of the common Flow error, which occurs because of a flow limit, is: 'Number of Iterations Exceeded'. I'm sure … Continue reading How to avoid hitting Flow limits?
Hi! Glad to see you here. 😀 In lightning, mass action buttons on related lists have been frequently requested by our end users. If you are Dev, good for you because you will do some code magic to get it done. But as an Admin, you often might find yourself in a tough spot. Today … Continue reading How to mass update or delete child records from Related lists in Lightning using Flows?
Hello there! 😀 Before we start, let's take a quick trip down the memory lane. In one of my recent posts, I shared how we can Query only first N records in Flows. Soon after, I received a request from few folks saying what if we wanted to have an additional filter on a field. … Continue reading LIMIT N and WHERE clause together in flows! #Spring20Delight
Hola! Good to see you here 😀 I am quite excited about this one. All the Salesforce Admins are going to love this one especially because this functionality has been asked so much. Now, where to begin with. Wait, I have the perfect para to kick this one off! 😁 Safe harbor, stuff that you … Continue reading How to clone records using Flows? One flow to clone them all! #Spring20Delight
Hi! 😀 Very excited to see you here! Hope you are very excited too after reading the title of the post. I had been working on this baby(I address some of my projects as babies 😁😅) for a while, couldn't publish it sooner because lack of time. But finally told myself, time to introduce this … Continue reading Live Face Detection and Identification using Einstein Vision API & OpenCV
Howdy! Great to see you here. 😀 Some time back, I had published a post on this same topic but the approach discussed in that post had some serious shortcomings which were too hard to ignore. And then came the Spring 20 release notes to put a smile on our faces. 😁After Spring 20 release, … Continue reading Workaround for IN clause in Flows – Part 2(Generic solution) #Spring20Delight
Hi! 😀 In this article, we shall learn how you can throw your own custom exceptions in Flows. How to get started? It's fairly simple. First you have to create an Apex class that extends Exception class and then create an Invocable method inside the same class which simply throws an exception.FlowApexActionException.apxc /* Class definition … Continue reading How to throw exceptions in Flows?