Flow Trigger Explorer Spring 22

Flow Trigger Explorer

Spring 22 pre-release org are available now. Signup for a Salesforce #Spring22 pre-release org to discover all the awesome new features. It time to find the Spring 22 pre-release treasure hunt. Visualize All Your Record-Triggered Flows in One Place with Flow Trigger Explorer. Flow Trigger Explorer allow you to see which all record Triggered Flow are available against one object.

What is Flow Trigger Explorer?

Once you go to Flow menu then very first change you will found is Flow Trigger Explorer button. It allow Salesforce System Admin to check exiting Record Triggered Flows for When an sObject record is Created/Updated/Deleted. Flow Trigger Explorer show the all details in below 3 sections.

  1. Fast Field Updates: It show all Record Triggered Flows flow running on before Save event which is sorted by Flow label.
  2. Actions and Related Records: It show all Record Triggered Flows flow running on After Save event which is sorted by Flow label.
  3. Run Asynchronously: It show all asynchronously job.

Let see the Flow Trigger Explorer in action. Click on Setup then search for Flows. Then you will see Flow Trigger Explorer button at the top of the page.

Once you click on Flow Trigger Explorer button then it will look like below page

You can click on Account text to see the drop down for other object and once you clicked on Created option it will show created, updated and deleted options.

Another nice option is once you click on drop down next to your flow it show versions associated with the Flow in side panel.

You can also open the Flow Trigger Explorer from Record Triggered Flows itself like below screen.


Flow Trigger Explorer is best place to see all record trigger flow for any object at one place. It a nice place to see associated flow versions in side panel. Check our our flow builder Free Training here.

Amit Chaudhary

Amit Chaudhary

Amit Chaudhary is Salesforce Application & System Architect and working on Salesforce Platform since 2010. He is Salesforce MVP since 2017 and have 17 Salesforce Certificates. He is a active blogger and founder of Apex Hours.

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