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Process Builder - Allow ISNEW function in formula criteria

Process Builders & Workflow

With workflow rules, the ISNEW() function is available when workflow rules are set to evaluate "Created, and every time its Edited"

With Process Builder you define the process is fired on "Created" or "Created or Edited" and then a checkbox is available for each criteria to select if we want to have it only when it's subsquently meets criteria. 

ISNEW() is not being accepted regardless of the settings. It should work as long as the process is on Created or Edited and the checkbox to subsequently meets criteria is not checked.

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  • IdeaExchange Moderator - 3 years ago

    This feature is being delivered in our Summer '15 release.
     

    For more information please reference the release notes:
    http://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/summer15/release-notes/rn_forcecom_process_formula_functions.htm#rn_forcecom_process_formula_functions

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