In this chapter, we learned what Process Builder is and how it is different from a workflow rule. We learned how to create a process and define the object that the process will fire off of. We learned how to add multiple criteria to a process, thus allowing us to capture multiple use cases within one process.
Next, we understood how to add immediate and scheduled actions to a process in order to meet business requirements. Finally, we learned how to activate and test the process to make sure it is working and meeting our business use case.
With these skills, you should be able to come up with technical solutions for the business process automation requirements that come from your users. In the next chapter, we will cover a few basics of approval processes.