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Platform App Builder Certification Maintenance (Winter '24)

 Maintain Your Platform App Builder Certification for Winter ’24

The Enable Reactive Components for Screen Flows running API Version 57.0 and 58.0 setting expires in Winter ’25. Before that release, upgrade your flows to run on API version 59.0 or later to take advantage of reactive components.

Build Screen Flows with Reactive Global Variables
Save time by referencing global variables in reactive formulas on flow screens. Use custom labels in reactive formulas to display translatable text to your users. For example, create a custom setting called DiscountPercentage, which specifies org, profile, and user discount percentages. Reference the variable in reactive formulas across a screen flow. The screen flow applies the correct discount value for the user running the flow and recalculates the value as the user makes changes.  

Build Screen Flows with Reactive Selections
Use choice components to respond to user selections elsewhere on the same screen. For example, on a flow screen used for returning merchandise, create a Picklist component with reasons for the return such as Don’t Want. Then add a Radio Buttons component to automatically select how the customer funds are returned, such as Store Credit.

Use More Formula Functions in Reactive Screens
If your flows run on API version 59.0 or later, you can now configure a flow screen component to perform real-time logic with the SUBSTITUTE, ADDMONTHS, and ^ formula functions. When the flow detects a change to a value referenced in the formula, it immediately recalculates and updates the value of the corresponding screen component. 

React to Changes on the Same Screen Using Display Text Components
Configure a Display Text component to react to changes in other components on the same screen. For example, you have a Currency component, where a user enters the wholesale cost of an item, and a Display Text component that shows the retail price of the item, which is three times the wholesale price. Each time the user updates the wholesale cost, the flow updates the displayed retail price.

Reactive Components Update the First Time a Screen Loads
A flow now updates the value of a field when the screen loads if the field is configured to react to changes in another field on the same screen. If you navigate to a previous or later screen and then return to the current screen, the flow doesn’t update the reactive components again. Previously, fields didn’t update unless the user performed an additional action, such as changing a value in a field. This change applies only to flows that are running on API version 59.0 or later.

Inform Screen Reader Users of Reactive Changes on a Flow Screen
Upgrade your flows to run on API version 59.0 or later to let screen reader users know when flow screen components change due to their actions on other components on the same screen. For example, if a user changes a field on a screen that results in a component on the screen becoming visible, the screen reader announces, “Due to your recent changes, the content on the screen has changed.”

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All Answers of App Builder Certification Maintenance (Winter '24)

What is the advantage of using reactive components in screen flows?

Ans: Components react to changes in other components on the same screen in real time.

What is the first step to provide mobile users the same experience as desktop users for Dynamic Forms?

Ans: Enable Dynamic Forms on Mobile.

Which feature allows customization of knowledge content visibility rules?

Ans: Article Personalization

Screen flow reactivity allows admins to:

Ans: Use the ADDMONTHS formula operator to perform real-time logic.

The Lightning Article Editor and Article Personalization:

Ans: Allows admins to choose which parts of the articles users can see.

Hands On:

Create a quick action on Case

Action name: Update_Status

Standard Label Type: Change Status

Action Type: Update a Record

Success message: Status Updated Successfully

Add status field on action layout

Add Update_Status quick action to case related list in ‘Contact Layout’ from the Object Manager.

Page layout of contact > Case Related List > Settings

View all cases related to contact ‘Stella Pavlova’ in case related list, mass select all cases and set Status to ‘Closed’

If you don't find  contact ‘Stella Pavlova’, please create a contact 

First Name:  Stella

Last Name: Pavlova

Assign some cases and close it.


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