Be An Innovator with Flow Builder: Let it Flow
Get ready everyone - it's #AwesomeAdmin challenge time again! It's another "Be an Innovator" challenge, this time harnessing the power of Flow Builder. I love that the Admin team have been rolling out these challenges, as it pushes us to step out of my comfort zone and try something new - something as Admins we need to do all the time, but might not have the means to.
For those of you like me that are still total Flow noobs, I couldn't be more excited to give this a try, and the best part is I feel like I'm hanging out with Admin Evangelists Marc Baizman and LeeAnn Rimel in my home office (couldn't help but include the photo of us below!)
Got the treasured selfie with @leeanndroid and #AwesomeAdmin and new #lifewithgoldie golden hoodie winner @zazamataz at #SalesforceTour Toronto! pic.twitter.com/2UCWuJXVsQ— Marc Baizman (@mbaizman) April 11, 2019
Modelled after the success of last year's Be a Builder and Be an Innovator (with Einstein Prediction Builder), this Be an Innovator challenge is once again being spearheaded by the wonderful Rebecca Saar.
For so many of us, it's hard to get into the groove of Flow, especially when you don't have your own business use case for it - something I'm definitely hoping to change. As per previous challenges, if you get active on Twitter you can go into the draw to win some fun prizes, including an #AwesomeAdmin tshirt and some other goodies.
The challenge is live with the videos being released daily until May 1, and the Trailmix needs to be completed by May 31 to receive your special Trailhead community badge! I'm really excited to harness the power of Flow Builder, with a little help of some friends.
That's it from me - I talked a bit about how the #AwesomeAdmin challenges came to life in a previous blog if you're curious!
Soundtrack: Let It Flow - Kruv Man
This post's soundtrack is a little different - Salesforce MVP Amnon Kruvi had a bit of fun with his session on Invocable Methods at a London Developer Community Group meetup last year. Highly recommended if you haven't already seen it!