Working with legacy integrations in Flow Designer

With the move to Flow Designer, there are a few changes in how you work with legacy Integration Builder integrations. You can work with legacy integrations — both inbound and outbound — in Flow Designer, letting you access all the tools you need to connect your systems, people, and processes from one location.

When working with a legacy integration in Flow Designer, you'll see it flagged with a "deprecated" tag. This is to let you know that there's a new way of doing things. Don't worry — integrations built using the Integration Builder will continue to function; if that changes, we'll give you lots of warning. If you want to convert your integration to a flow to take full advantage of all Flow Designer has to offer, see Convert inbound integrations to flows, where we give instructions and walk through an example.

For outbound integrations, we've updated Flow Designer so integrations built with the Integration Builder no longer consume event activity triggers from the palette.