Try OrgFlow for Free

Don't take our word for it! Discover for yourself how OrgFlow can improve your Salesforce DevOps processes, with our 2-month free trial. No limits. No strings attached. No credit card required.

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  1. 1

    Check your email

    Once you've entered your email address above, a license key is emailed to you. If you don't see it in your inbox, make sure to check your junk mail folder too.

    If you haven't received your license key within a few minutes, please get in touch with us so we can help you figure out what's wrong.

  2. 2

    Download the bits

    The next step is to get OrgFlow installed. You can either download and run OrgFlow on your Mac, Windows or Linux computer, or you can run it in your favorite CI/CD platform.

    Download now
  3. 3

    Learn the basics

    Check out our documentation to learn how to get started with OrgFlow. Our getting started guide shows you step by step how to set up your stack and perform your first deployment.

    Visit our docs site
  4. 4

    Join the community

    The OrgFlow community on Slack is the best place to connect with our team, and with other OrgFlow users. Join us to discuss OrgFlow-related topics, exchange ideas or get help with specific issues.

    Join us on Slack
  5. 5

    Choose your plan

    Whether you're a one-person startup or a multi-national enterprise, we have a plan that fits you and your team.

    Learn about our pricing

Frequently Asked Questions

A trial license key entitles you to use OrgFlow for free for 2 months (also for production/commercial use) with an unlimited number of stacks and orgs. This is essentially equivalent with our Enterprise plan, except without the SLA for technical support. We will provide technical support to you during your trial period, but without a guaranteed SLA or response time.

No, you only need to provide a valid email address to which the free 2-month trial license key should be sent.

Whether you have a paid subscription or want to try OrgFlow for free, you download the product from the download page. The same download and binaries are used for both trial and paid licenses.

To use OrgFlow, you also need:

  • a Salesforce account (see below for more information on supported Salesforce editions).
  • a Git repository, either one offered by a commercial provider (such as GitHub, Azure DevOps or Bitbucket) or a self-hosted one that you set up and manage yourself. OrgFlow supports any standard Git repository.

We do not provide Salesforce accounts and Git repositories as part of our services.

OrgFlow uses the Metadata API to connect to your Salesforce orgs, in order to flow metadata changes between Salesforce and your Git repository.

OrgFlow supports any Salesforce org where the Metadata API is available, including:

  • Enterprise Edition
  • Unlimited Edition
  • Performance Edition
  • Developer Edition
  • Professional Edition with the Web Services API add-on enabled

OrgFlow requires:

  • An operating system supported by .NET 6.0. Please refer to Microsoft’s documentation on supported releases for each OS.
  • Git version 2.25 or later.

When running OrgFlow from our Docker images, all requirements are already provided by the images.

Visit our support page to get in touch with us for technical support.

We limit trial licenses to one per email address. If you've already made use of you trial period, we recommend that you sign up for a paid plan — paid plans can be cancelled at any time, should you decide that OrgFlow is not for you.

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