Summer 22 is arriving soon, and the second part of my quick tour is here.
In the last issue of the newsletter, I showed you a few changes that will be released soon. Let’s continue.
Screen flow enhancements:
1-Collapsible headings for sections: We received the functionality of multicolumn sections in screen flows a few releases ago, and I love them. With this release, we get a header, which makes the section collapsible.
2-Dynamic Forms (Fields – Still Beta) supports Name and Address Fields: Fields functionality is a very promising functionality that now supports Name (Salutation, First Name, Last Name) and a full Address. I don’t understand why this is still in beta, though.
3-Dynamic Forms Address automatically populates address: When you combine the new Address field with the Google Typehead functionality, you give the user the power to populate the address fields automatically.
Some other notable enhancements:
1-Orchestrations are deployable via change sets now.
2-Associated flows can be opened from within the Orchestration via a link.
3-You can order triggered Orchestrations with Flow Trigger Explorer exactly as you do with flows.
I want to add that dragging items on the Flow Trigger Explorer changes your flow’s running order parameter setting. The screen shows you a confirmation screen explaining the change.
The big news of this release is the addition of the No-Code Flow Testing (Beta), though. I am super excited about this, but I will take my time to review it before going into more detail.
I am heading to Texas Dreamin’. I will present there on the Flow Trigger Explorer and the Orchestrator. Come to my session if you will be there. If you won’t be there, no worries; I will present similar content soon virtually. Stay tuned.
P.S. Originally published on 04/26/2022.
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