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3 Reasons We’re Excited About Salesforce’s New Flow Builder

On Tuesday, Salesforce announced the new Flow Builder, coming with the Spring ’19 release.

According to Salesforce, the new Flow Builder will be faster, easier, and better looking—relying on the Lightning Design System principles of “clarity, efficiency, consistency, and beauty.” Oh—and it will also run on Salesforce’s “newest and most performant front-end technologies.” Sounds pretty good to us!

It’s no secret that Lane Four is proud to be powered by Salesforce technology—and the new Flow Builder is a perfect example of why being 100% native gives Lane Four users a lot to be excited about.

Here’s why we can’t wait for these new changes:

1) No More Flash

With the end of Flash on the horizon, the new Flow Builder will be Flash free. We look forward to making use of this new functionality when Salesforce retires the legacy Flash flow in the spring.

2) We’ll Reap the Benefits of Lightning Design System

Not only will the new Flow Builder match the look and feel of Salesforce as a whole—but we can also look forward to great improvements in the pace of innovation for Flow Builder going forward. Lightning Design System allows Salesforce to build features faster, so we expect to see new features regularly and quickly being added to the overall Flow Designer.

3) Just the Beginning

As Lightning Design System picks up speed, this is just one example of how Lane Four users can expect to benefit from Salesforce updates. Essentially, this is why Lane Four has decided to go all-in on our 100% native tool.

When it comes to your ABM strategy, the smartest thing you can do is tie together your core CRM—which already contains 90% of what you need—with the few additional pieces you need to make it run without a hitch (that’s where we come in!).

In a nutshell, enhancements like the new Flow Builder are a pretty compelling reason to rely on Salesforce as much as possible.

What are you most looking forward to with the new Flow Builder release?
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