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I have created a Custom Notification. So basically, I want to inform all my Users of an upcoming Salesforce Maintenance Activity via this.

Custom Notification:

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Here is my Process Builder: Object

Condition Criteria as User.LastLoginDate is changed and User is Active

Condition Criteria as User.LastLoginDate is changed and User is Active

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Anything I am missing in particular ?... I tried all options for Recipient but doesn't seem to get the Notification Appreciate help with this.

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A user logging in does not "modify" the User record in the traditional sense (the Last Modified fields are not updated, and no triggers or processes are executed). Instead, create a Login Flow if you wish to provide this sort of notification.

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  • Hi sfdcfox, thanks for your response. So basically, user who is logging in is not modifying, but with user login action that record get modified, field user userlogindate ... Hence I took it as a criteria. With a login flow, can you guide me how do I start of and capture user reference to display such a ref on login to a user – Varun SFDC Jul 16 '19 at 20:36
  • @VarunSFDC The example is in the documentation. – sfdcfox Jul 16 '19 at 20:41
  • Hello sfdcfox, I see Welcome Screen missing in Flows in my instance, under interactions. Any idea what may have caused this. – Varun SFDC Jul 17 '19 at 5:11
  • Hello sfdcfox, I was successfully able to do it post following the documentation... Many thanks – Varun SFDC Jul 18 '19 at 5:05

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