I want to share notes and thoughts on no-code developments in the second half of 2021. One trend that I saw (not a fan of the word trend, but hey) that established and new companies launching no-code workflow-based products and solutions in 2021. Slack launched a solution to make it easier to build workflows with…
This is the first (or second) Okta Workflows Tips series (read the first one). Check Okta log if an event was fired When using an event such as User Assigned to Application to trigger a flow you can check in the Okta dashboard log if the event was actually fired.
This video shows how to build a for each loop using a helper flow. A list with three items is created. Using a helper flow and For Each card, every item in the list is sent as a message to Slack.
This video shows how to work with the List card to create and manipulate lists.
This video shows how to use and configure the Send a welcome email to a new user of an application template. The template sends an email to the user when the user is assigned a new application.
In this video you will learn how to use the True/False card to add simple comparison and logic to a flow.
This tip video shows how to send a Slack message as a bot from a workflow.
This short video shows how to use functions from the Number card. The Number card allow to perform various math operations.
This video shows how use the Workflows Text card to manipulate text and strings in a workflow.
This video goes over the three building blocks of a workflow: App Action card, Function card and Notes card.