If your org has Lightning runtime enabled, you can control whether a flow displays in one column or two columns when you distribute that flow. Before you use this beta feature, though, understand how flow layout currently behaves.
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This release contains a beta version of Two-Column Flows, which means it’s a high-quality feature with known limitations. Two-Column Flows isn’t generally available unless or until Salesforce announces its general availability in documentation or in press releases or public statements. We can’t guarantee general availability within any particular time frame or at all. Make your purchase decisions only on the basis of generally available products and features. You can provide feedback and suggestions for Two-Column Flows in the IdeaExchange
- The layout setting is applied at the flow level. So you can’t control the layout at the screen or field level. If you set a flow to use two columns, every screen in that flow displays in two columns.
- Order of Fields
- You can’t manually control which fields go in which columns. If the flow is set to display two columns, the fields alternate in each column. The odd fields (first, third, fifth, and so on) are placed in the left column. The even fields (second, fourth, sixth, and so on) are placed in the right column.
- If your users navigate screens with the TAB button, they’ll tab through all the fields in the left column and then all the fields in the right column. You can’t configure the fields to tab left-to-right.
- The flow layout isn’t responsive to the user's screen dimensions. It uses the same layout whether the user’s screen is one inch wide or twenty inches wide.
Don’t apply two-column layout to a flow if users will run it from a phone or small tablet.