Now we will discuss how you can use Flow elements, such as Record Create, Update, Lookup, Delete, or Decision, to modify the existing data or to create new data. We will pick up a few business scenarios and try to learn these concepts.
A lead is the prospect or people who are interested in your business. In Salesforce, we can capture the leads through various ways, for example, from Salesforce web-to-lead, data loader, data import wizard, manually, and so on.
A business scenario: Helina Jolly is working as a system administrator in Universal Container. She received a requirement to develop a Flow through which users can create leads. Basically, her manager wants to display a screen where users can enter their details (last name, company name and e-mail address) that, after clicking on the Finish button, will create a lead into Salesforce.
Before going ahead, the first task is doing the ground work; this means finding the fields that are required...