Salesforce Action in Titan Flow
Adding a Salesforce action in Titan Flow gives your business the edge by syncing data bi-directionally with Salesforce in-real time to streamline workflows.
Admins can configure Salesforce actions easily in Titan Flow with no code. Set conditions, mappings, variables, and more with a few clicks!
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How to Guide
- Click on the + icon next to Start. The Add Node screen opens.
- Click the Salesforce Action option and click on the Insert button. The Add Node/Salesforce Action screen opens.
- Click the Configure Salesforce Integration button. The Salesforce Integration screen opens.
- Click the Create New button. The Map Salesforce fields screen opens.
- Select the Object from Salesforce from the drop-down list.
- Select the Trigger to execute pull from the drop-down list.
- If there are multiple matches, set the pull as follows:
- Up to number of records
- First record, last record, or skip.
- Under Conditions, set a condition using the drop-down lists.
- If necessary, click the Add a Condition option to add a condition.
- If necessary, click the Add a Variable option to add a variable.
- Under Sort Order, set the sort order.
- Under Mapping, map the Salesforce fields to your elements.
- Under Messages, create the messages that will appear to inform your user about states like errors and loading.
- Under Run Criteria, create the run criteria. The pull integration will run if these conditions are true.
- Under Advanced, specify any further actions for how you would like to pull data from Salesforce.
- Under Actions, add the actions that will be executed during the integration or after it is finished. You can set actions as follows:
- During integration
- After Finish
- On cancel
- Click the Apply button.
- On the Salesforce Integration screen, click the Close button.
- Select the Salesforce action you created from the drop-down list.
- Click the Next button.
- Add a tag name, if necessary, and click the Insert button.
The Salesforce action is added to the Flow canvas. You can set After Finish and on Cancel actions.
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