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In workflow rule there are two checkbox options are there

created, and every time it's edited and created, and any time it's edited to subsequently meet criteria what is the main difference between these options

for first checkbox also, we have criteria met options are there for down then what is the difference apart from time dependent workflow actions,can anyone suggest the answer

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  • There are thousands of example available in Salesforce docs and on google as well. Did you tried that? Jan 20, 2017 at 10:57

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created, and any time it's edited to subsequently meet criteria

means that only when the record wasn't meeting the criteria and after the update met it, then this workflow should trigger.

Unlike

created, and every time it's edited

Where the record will always trigger the workflow regardless of if it met the criteria before or not.

Example:

Workflow Criteria : % Completed > 50

Action : Send Email.

We have a record A.%_Completed = 45

We make an edit and put Completed at 75.

Both of the workflow would rise and send an email on that case. But If we changed it from 75% to 100% Only the

created, and any time it's edited

Would.

Hope this clarified things up.

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