Your Flow Finished

In earlier versions of my Unsubscribe Link app, the “Finish” button would take you a screen that said “YOUR FLOW FINISHED” which many of you pointed out, is less than ideal.

Screen one:

Screen two (old version):

And click “Finish” to get this beauty:

The revised version has the same first screen:

There is no second Flow screen. It’s a Visualforce page.

The flow ends at a Visualforce page that does not merge in the email address. Hopefully I can figure out how to pass that email address someday. Also, I wasn’t able to match the fonts exactly. Any advice on either of these issues is welcome!

Here’s the Visualforce page that launches the Flow:

<apex:page showheader="false" lightningStylesheets="true"> <apex:slds /> <div class="slds-scope"> <flow:interview name="Unsubscribe_Link" finishLocation="{!$Page.UnsubscribeFinish}"/></div> </apex:page>              

Here’s the Visualforce page that is the finishLocation.

<apex:page showHeader="false" applyHtmlTag="true" applyBodyTag="false" standardStylesheets="false" lightningStylesheets="true"> <p></p> <span style="font-family: Arial Unicode MS; text-align:center; font-size: 14pt;">Thank you. You have successfully unsubscribed. You will receive a confirmation email shortly.</span> </apex:page>              

Here’s the setup of the Flow screen:

You can modify the old version of the app to fix this yourself, or install the latest version from the AppExchange.

Oh and here’s the best part. I solved this by tweeting #askforce. A group of people jumped in to solve the problem! Thanks to Narender Singh of for solution that fit my use case. I love #askforce. I don’t worry too much about appearing dumb. We’re all learning here. Love you, ohana!

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Jessie is Success Content Specialist at All opinions expressed on this blog are her own or those of the contributors. For twelve years, she has specialized in CRM, email marketing and fundraising platforms. Jessie co-led the Seattle Salesforce Non-Profit User Group in 2015-2016. She's working on writing her first novel.

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