Howdy folks! 😀
In winter’19 release, the awesome flow product team released a flow screen component to support dependent picklist in flows. But sadly, this component didn’t support picklist value selection based on the record type. So, I came up with a Flow Screen Component: Dependent picklists based on RecordType selection. You’re welcome to check it out. 😀
But, there is always a but, guess what? That was still not enough.
Huh, why? That’s because we missed everybody’s favorite, the MultiSelect picklists(I hope, you got the joke. If not, contact Steve Molis!). So, basically neither of the components(Salesforce’s and mine) support a multiselect picklist as a dependent picklist.
So, it’s time we give an upgrade to this component.
In this article, I will be sharing the functional details of the component that I built to add the multiselect picklist support to the component, and how you can use it as an Admin or Dev.
So unlike in my previous post on dependent picklist component, I decided to keep it simple. So good news is I have bundled everything into an unmanaged package, which you can directly install into your Sandbox or Production. No fuss!
Note: I have tested the component quite well, but there is always a still. So you may run into some handled exceptions. In case you do, feel free to reach out, I will try to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
Lights, Camera and Demo!
Please note that the demo picklist values are also rendering based on the record type selection.
Hope you find it useful enough! 😀
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