How to Export Flows (single or multiple) in XLS in few clicks in salesforce?

For any Salesforce Admin or developer, if there is a requirement to export or document all or any specific “Flow” in the system in XLS

– For a developer, it will be a tedious and time taking job. User would have to open each Flow and copy its contents one by one using Salesforce Standard process. These type of work requests would take much more effort and time, but with our Salesforce Appexchange Bulk Object Field Creator (BOFC) App user can easily “Export (Single or Multiple) Flows” within same Salesforce org in few clicks.

Benefits of using BOFC Application for Exporting Flows:

  1. User can export single or multiple Flows in few clicks.
  2. Support Flows for any kind of objects (Standard or Custom).
  3. Easy to use with few clicks.
  4. Saves ample amount of time of doing manual work.

Few Simple Steps to Export Multiple Flows

1. Open the BOFC Home > Click Export Flows in Bulk

Export Multiple Flows

2. It will open below screen for “Export Flows” page. Now click “Fetch Active Flows” button

Fetch Active Flows button

If it shows below red message on the screen, then click on Manage Org Details, otherwise go to next step 3.

There seems to be Firewall which is restricting API Callout to fetch details.
Please add a new connection using “Manage Org details” button for your current org with all the appropriate details and use it.

Once “Manage Org details” is clicked, then click on “New Environment” button to add a details for current org.

Manage Org details

Add details for current environment and Save it (Click ? infront of each field for any help)

Manage Environment Popup

Once details are added and saved, then close this “Manage Environment” popup and it will show the same Flow page (where it shows red error message).

Now select the environment which you just added and click “Fetch Active Flows”

Fetch Active Flows

3. Once “Fetch Active Flows” is clicked, it will show below screen. Wait until Status is changed to Completed.

Fetch Active Flows Analysis

Once status is changed to completed, it will show a link “View Results”

Export Flows in Bulk

4. Click “View Results”, and it will list all the “Active” Flows in the system

Active Flows in the system

Above image has many features (each number has its description as below):

  1. User can export (in XLS) list of all the Flows WITHOUT summary using this button.
  2. Pagination will help user to navigate to next/previous page, if total count for flows is greater than 80.

Have a look at step by step detailed video to Export Flows (Single Or Multiple) In XLS in Salesforce

For any queries or suggestions, you can write your comment in the comment box or for further assistance contact us at or mail us: Our BOFC Expert will help you get the best out of it.

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Edward Santandrea
2 months ago

I see the bulk action working properly with Flow Name, API Name, Active, Version, Type, Description and Last Modified Date. I do not see more detail then that and wondered if you are working on the ability to download the details of the Flow.