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WizardCast  Flow Begone?! – Episode 40

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Beware the Joke Attack!

YoWiz – Dale Ziegler

Dale reached out to Wizardcast regarding his concern about feedback that Flow is “too difficult” for many admins.

Dale is known as the “Solo Admin” who has recently become a consultant at Clarus Group.

Is Flow Going Away? Aka Flow BeGone

Brian and Mark noticed a number of rumors floating around that Flow is going to be going away. That salesforce feels it doesn’t get used often enough to put any resources to it.

So we went straight to the source and talked with Scott Kozinchik one of the Product Managers that owns Flow.

The quick answer: No. Flow isn’t going away.

Flow’s designer will be re-written because it currently uses Flash which is no longer being supported. Users may need to manually download a Flash plugin in the short term as browsers stop including Flash. The feature itself is not going away.

Got feedback for Scott on what you want in a new designer? Tweet him at @scottkozy_sfdc

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Showing 3 comments
  • Frans Lambrechtsen
    Reply

    Thanks, Brian. These updates (Flow B’ gone, etc.) are SO useful.

    • Brian Kwong
      Reply

      Thanks for the feedback Frans. And you’re welcome.

  • Steven Huls
    Reply

    Love me some flows! Glad it isn’t going anywhere.

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