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Learning Salesforce Visual Workflow by Rakesh Gupta

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An overview of the building blocks of Visual Workflow

Flow has three major building blocks known as Element, Connector, and Resource. With the help of these blocks, you can easily develop Flows.

An overview of the building blocks of Visual Workflow

Element represents an action that Flow can use to display or collect information from the Flow user, create or update records, delete records, or loop logic. Element is, basically, used to manipulate the data. Connector is used to establish the path between the elements. Resource is used to hold the data that you can reference in your Flow.

Flow elements

Flow elements represent actions that Flow can execute such as Record Update, Record Lookup, Fast Lookup ...

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