Actually, I know how to show a screen flow in custom action but wanted to know - Is there any mean to show a screen flow as a list view button?
and if yes then how?
Thanks in advance.
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As of today (Spring 22), there isn't a true equivalent of the Flow Quick Action for List Views, per se.
You can launch a Flow from List Views, however.
Get the Flow's URL (you can see it when you click into the Flow's Details and Versions).
Then, in the Object Manager, add a List button to the object, and use the flow's URL as for the button.
And add the button to the Object's List View Buttons:
There are some more advanced approaches, such as an aura lightning component with the flow embedded in it using
lightning:flow or a Visualforce page with the flow embedded (this VF-embedded flow approach is least-ideal, as the Flow will be in classic run-time).
Undocumented Hack Warning
You can also get the selected record IDs into the flow if your flow has a collection variable called
ids (all lower case- it is case sensitive). This is undocumented, but it does work and has worked for several years.