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Formulas can be used to perform calculations on many different types of values, including numeric values, text values, dates, and durations. For each data type, only specific operations make sense. For example, multiplication makes sense on numeric values, but not on text values.
If you query a formula field in a Before Insert trigger, the system will return a null value. Only once the record is saved do formula fields compute a value. Hence, formula results are not available for use in Before Insert triggers.
Currently, if you use a formula field in a workflow trigger criteria, a change in the value of the formula field does not count as a record edit, and will not kick off the workflow.
In Process Builder it is really great that you can write formulas to update fields with specific values. However it would be even better if within those formulas you could reference custom formula fields on the object.
1 Answer. You can't fire from a formula change, but there is strange path. Have a Workflow rules fire on EVERY change (every edit and where CreatedDate not blank). Now you should be able to do your Process Builder (or other Workflow) off of the text field.
You can only use ISCHANGED in the following cases: Validation rules. Workflow rules if the evaluation criteria is set to Evaluate the rule when a record is: created, and every time it's edited . Formula criteria for executing actions in the Process Builder.
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