Declaratively schedule Process Builder, Flows, Quick Actions, Email Alerts, Workflow Rules, or Apex to process records from Reports, List Views, SOQL, or Apex.
No more waiting for records to be updated or creating clever workarounds to cause records to be updated to cause these actions to fire.
This project is inspired by the following IdeaExchange ideas. Please vote them up to increase chances this functionality becomes standard on the Salesforce platform. Thank you!
Inspired by Marie Chandra's idea Ability to Schedule when Process Builder Triggers.
Inspired by Narender Singh's idea Ability to schedule flows, workflows and processes in process builder.
Declarative - no code necessary, never write Batch Apex again for queries that can be expressed in a report or list view and actions that can be expressed with a declarative alternative.
On Platform - everything happens in Salesforce so no exporting or uploading data necessary.
See the open issues for a list of proposed features (and known issues).
See the open milestones for a list of upcoming planned releases.
Read the wiki for documentation on Mass Action Scheduler.
Read the FAQ to troubleshoot common technical issues.
Join our community group to discuss and solution with other Mass Action Scheduler users.
Raise well defined issues and ideas via the issue tracker.
There are a few items you need to setup before installing and using this app.
Please see the instructions in the wiki for screen shots and step-by-steps.
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Doug Ayers develops and maintains the project.
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
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The source code is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License.