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Eduardo DeslandesEduardo Deslandes 

Action not showing in list view layout

Hi, I trying to put an action on my custom object list view layout, but the action not appearing as an option, and when I created one from the layout edit page not worked too. I'm using lightning, some one please help me?
Team Codekiat.comTeam Codekiat.com
Hi Eduardo, 

are you trying to add the action or button in the highlighted place below?

codengine.in

Naveen
Eduardo DeslandesEduardo Deslandes
Yes
Team Codekiat.comTeam Codekiat.com
Hi Eduardo, 

Refer my blog post and see if it can help to your requirement https://www.codengine.in/2019/03/list-view-actions-in-lightning-experience.html (https://www.codengine.in/2019/03/list-view-actions-in-lightning-experience.html" target="_blank)

Naveen
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Eduardo DeslandesEduardo Deslandes
Nice work CodEngine.in, but my action (an action of Action Type: Flow, a screen to create a new record) is not showing on the "Avaiable Quick Actions". Must be this type of action unsupported?
Team Codekiat.comTeam Codekiat.com
Yes, I think it has limitations for certain type of actions for the list views. 

Naveen
Mohd NabeelMohd Nabeel
Can someone please tell me why these 5 buttons are not showing in my salesforce mobile app? I have done everything which i knew and still not able to get it why it is not showing, the buttons which are on the upper right hand corner.
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and this is the mobile app screenshot
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why only three buttons are showing "New" "Sort" and "Filter", why those buttons are not showing, i have searched everything but no solution.
Vamsi Alla 1Vamsi Alla 1
Hi, the codeengine link is not accessible. Can someone help me for that.
Team Codekiat.comTeam Codekiat.com
https://www.codekiat.com/2019/03/list-view-actions-in-lightning-experience.html 

Regards,
Naveen K N
Charles ThompsonCharles Thompson
Here's a way to put a Flow button on your list views:
  1. Create your flow (Screen flow recommended so your user can control how it behaves, but it could be an autolaunched flow also)
  2. Get the URL for your flow:
    • Setup Home > Flows > (dropdown menu at the end of your flow entry)> View Details and Versions > (copy URL value)
  3. On the object (where you want it to appear on list views of that object), create a button:
    • Buttons, Links & Actions > New Button or Link > 
    • Enter a label (should be similar to the flow name for consistency)
    • Don't forget to put a description so someone in the future can understand what's going on!
    • List Button
    • Content Source = URL
    • Paste URL from step 2 above into the big white box
    • Save
  4. Object menu > Search Layouts for Salesforce Classic
  5. List View > (dropdown menu at end) > Edit
  6. In Custom Buttons area, select your new button from the Available Buttons area > Add > Save
  7. App Launcher (nine dots) > select your favourite app > (your object) > check the list views for your new button (you may need to refresh the whole browser page)