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Why Go with the Flow?
In general, it is best to start with the simplest declarative, no-code tools, and work your way up to code solutions. While flows are a no-code solution, they are by no means the simplest one. Flows can be better described as visual coding—they are declarative, but they require that you understand some programming concepts like variables and how logic works.
You have a bunch of automation tools at your disposal: formulas, validation rules, processes, flows, and Apex. You also have some more specific tools, like escalation and auto-response rules. Whether you should build a flow depends on what kind of business process you’re trying to automate.
Flows are useful for two major use cases: behind-the-scenes automation and guided visual experiences.