In January 2021, I decided to hold six live-stream training sessions to teach Salesforce Flows.
I used a brand new platform called Superpeer to hold the sessions. This platform has a subscribe system that allows for the interested parties to join the session announcement list. Superpeer also provides the technology for the livestream sessions. An unlimited number of participants can enter the session and watch. They can ask their questions in the chat window, and join the livestream using voice and/or video to ask their questions live.
You can find the link to the Youtube recording below for the first group class session where 53 people joined live. This video is a tutorial that shows how to build flows step by step. The video is divided into chapters on Youtube.
I started this session with a very simple screen flow, then I built on it: First, I added get and update elements. Then I removed the screen elements and converted the flow to an auto-launched flow. Next, I converted the flow to a record-triggered flow, and I demonstrated the before-save and after-save functionality. The recording became a very nice tour of the most popular flow types in Salesforce.
Please go to this Superpeer link to subscribe and join the future sessions.
You can find the recording for the second session on Screen Flows here.
Andy Engin Utkan