This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Metazoa, the developer of the Snapshot Product. With the push from Salesforce heavily upon all of us to switch from Classic to Lightning, one of the critical things that need to be done to make the transition for your users easier and smoother is to reduce the … Continue reading How to declutter your fields using SNAPSHOT
For a while now I have been using the dropdown on the Report Builder to switch the builder into Classic mode anytime I wanted to be able to add a formula to a report. Well, lo and behold, Salesforce did add a formula function to the Lightning Report Builder, and it is quite fancy to … Continue reading How to add a formula in Lightning Report Builder
It is time to walk through how to actually perform the audit on the system. As part of this series, several scripts are provided in order for you to gain easy access to the data, as well as, instructions for how to manipulate the data in Excel. Auditing Profiles is not something that can be … Continue reading The Ultimate Profile Auditing Guide: SOQL Statements
Oh, the world of the little blue dots... If you don't know what I am talking about, I am referring to the small blue dots that show up on page layouts next to fields that Salesforce does not let you take off the page layout. Many times these also have little red stars that mean … Continue reading How to remove Quantity from Standard Products?
Recently I was playing around in a dev org and decided to create myself a custom app page in Lightning. One of the things that I was interested in doing though was adding a Global Action to that page. If you don't know what a Global Action is, it is an Action that is not … Continue reading How to add a Global Action to a Custom Page
If you have ever found yourself saying that you have too many fields on an object or maybe that you have duplicates on that object, then this is the How-To for you. Field Trip is a free App from the AppExchange designed to allow you to see which fields are used and how often by … Continue reading How to: Field Trip by RingLead
As part of the Service Cloud and the Service Console, you can provide your users access to Macros. Macros are like little robots that take over the items that you do repeatedly on a daily basis. An example of something that makes a good Macro is sending an email that already has a template and … Continue reading Sending an Email using Macros in Lightning