The following are the new features for October 2022 :
Pin flow tabs:
You can now pin the flow tab in your organization! This feature is super helpful if you open many flows and want to always refer to a specific flow. Highlighted in the image below is the pin icon next to the flow tab label name.
If you require more information on this feature, please click on the link below:
Buffer Purge destination step:
We now have a Buffer Purge destination step available for you to purge a buffer anywhere in a flow! Illustrated below is how the step looks. Click on the highlighted icon to expand the dropdown list and select the buffer you require to purge.
For more information on how it works, please click on the below link:
OpenPGP mapper step:
You can now encrypt or decrypt an OpenPGP file by using the OpenPGP mapper step. The image below is how the step looks and to create a connection, click on the highlighted icon.
The below page will appear for you to create a connection. Type a connection name and click on the highlighted icons for the Private Key fields or for the Public Keys field to appear.
The below link assists on how to decrypt an OpenPGP file:
Shopify destination step:
The Shopify destination step has been reworked to allow you to customize your API request with a customized API version. The image below is how the step looks. The Route field has a default API base route which can be edited. Click on the highlighted icon to create a Shopify connection.
The below page will appear when you create a Shopify connection. You input the store name and select the required connection type for the fields to appear.
The below link assists with the Admin API references for Shopify:
Filter by the number of completed records:
You can now filter by the number of completed records in the run history page of a flow or in the all runs page. This feature is helpful when you want to debug the runs in a flow that is scheduled to run very frequently (eg. 5 min, 10 min, 30 min, etc) to ensure that the data is always updated. Highlighted in the image below is the field where you type the minimum number of completed records that you want to filter on and it will return the runs that are greater than or equal to the number you inputted.
For more information on how this filter works, click on the below article: