In my last post (#LightningFlap!) I named my favourite Sales Cloud features in Lightning Experience. The first being Path. Here, I outline its benefits, setup and how Path can help your Salesforce org! NOTE: Lightning Experience Only Path is only in Lightning Experience. If you’re using Classic please read-on to see why Salesforce is #BetterInLightning!
Sales Cloud has awesome features for you to use in your org. Preparing for my Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant exam has made me reflect on these. As a result, I’ve highlighted favourite Lightning Sales Cloud features. Additionally, I will outline how these are setup and used in subsequent posts. Path Ever found yourself wanting to
When I first investigated rolling-out Lightning, numerous things came to mind. What benefits does Salesforce Lightning bring over Classic? How do I communicate these and roll it out across the business? How do I prepare users for the change and address any concerns? How do I monitor rollout? Certainly, more than enough topics to write
Welcome to SFDC Penguin ! This is my first (of hopefully many) blog posts. The aim of SFDC Penguin is to: Promote usage of and explain the advantages of Salesforce.com Spread awareness of the power and opportunities of Salesforce Lightning Educate new members of the Salesforce ecosystem with basic how-tos Give back to the community,
In a previous post, we covered Dynamic Forms. In this #LightningFlap, we explore the capabilities of Lightning Apps and the App Manager. Table of Contents What is an App? An App in Salesforce is a collection of Tabs grouped together. Each Tab provides access to different areas of the system (e.g. Accounts, Contacts, Reports, Dashboards, etc).