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vikas rathi91vikas rathi91 

Function ISCLONE may not be used in this type of formula

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Any other work around please shaire 
sowmya Inturi 9sowmya Inturi 9
Please specify your requirement clearly. What you exactly want to do with the isClone() function.
 Isclone() function is not available in a formula field. You can use workflow to implement your requirment by creating a custom checkbox. 
1. Create a Custom Field on the object you would like to view cloned records.
       a. Select Data type: Checkbox.
2. Create a Workflow Rule on the object on which you want to find whether the record is cloned or not.
       a. Evaluation Criteria: Evaluate the rule when a record is created, and every time it's edited.
       b. Rule Criteria: ISCLONE ()
       c. Click Field Update Action
       d. Field to Update: Select the Custom Checkbox field.
       e. New Field Value:
                  Select Use a Formula to set the new value: TRUE
       d. Click Save and Activate the rule.
So, this will help to identify whether a record is Cloned or not. 
Now, this checkbox value can be evaluvated in the formula field to identify whether the record is cloned or not.

Hope this works for you.
vikas rathi91vikas rathi91
@Asitha Raju 6

Thanks Man

I am Using .
Evaluation Criteria: Evaluate the rule when a record is created

Thanks Again to correct me.
Hi accky,
Happy it worked for you. Could you please mark it as the best answer so that others could refer the same in need.
Gabriel VigoritoGabriel Vigorito
Hi Guys, i dont find the Isclone function in thew workflow rule criteria, i need to do it in a formula?