Salesforce Flow Office Hours

When Is Flow Office Hours?

Office Hours are on the 2nd Friday of every month. 
2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern
11:00am - noon Pacific 

What is Flow Office Hours?

Come to the Salesforce Flow office hours where you can ask your Salesforce Flow questions. Andy Engin Utkan and Terry Miller, Salesforce Flow Experts, will take your questions, look at your flows, and give you pointers on how you can solve your flow issues. 

Come prepared with concise, actionable questions; structured in a way that clearly identifies the help you're seeking. Depending on the number of participant questions, we may have to limit responses to around 5 minutes per question.  Come prepared so everyone has a chance to ask for help and no one person dominates the hour. You will be able to share your screen as you talk through your question. 

If you simply want to listen and learn, we invite you to come.  You do not have to have a specific question to join.  If you're a flow expert, we'd love to hear from you as well.  Salesforce Flow Office Hours is for everyone at any level of learning.  

Salesforce Flow Office Hours will be recorded and shared publicly for training purposes.  It will also be live-streamed on YouTube.

How To Join!

Registration is required and is free! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  

>> Click Here to Register <<

 

DISCLAIMERS:
1) Joining the meeting grants us permission to record and publicly share.  If you cannot or do not wish to be recorded please watch the live stream or posted recording.

2) Salesforce Flow Office Hours is a public forum. You are responsible for the information you share. We recommended sharing from a Dev Org or Sandbox and you use de-identified data.

3) Responses to questions are merely opinions of the giver.  They should not be construed as endorsed by Salesforce. The recipient has the option and responsibility to validate or reject a given response. 

Meet Your Hosts

Andy Engin Utkan

Salesforce Break


Terry Miller

Terry's Tidbits