Month: September 2020

Salesforce Winter ’21 Release Digest

Craftsman Technology Group For more information on the new Flow layout feature shown above reference the ‘Flows – UI updates’ release topic. The Winter ‘21 Release hit sandboxes and some production orgs in September, and will be rolling out to…

Advice for Beginner Salesforce Developer

Salesforce Mentor Just starting out on your development journey? It can be a bit intimidating.  Where do you start? Someone said I should grind Trailhead. Another video said I should get 5 certifications. A guy on Reddit said Salesforce development…

True to the Confetti with Aria Niazi and Scott Allan WizardCast 113

The post True to the Confetti with Aria Niazi and Scott Allan WizardCast 113 appeared first on The Wizard News. True to the Confetti with Aria Niazi and Scott Allan WizardCast Episode 113 Click logo to subscribe RSS Feed http://wizardcast.libsyn.com/rss…

Your Complete Guide to Salesforce List Views in Lightning

The Everyday Admin Salesforce list views are a powerful reporting tool for you and your users. Create a set of standard list views to avoid repeat requests, or empower your users by teaching them to create bespoke list views, so…

Polymorphic Relationships in SOQL Queries : TYPEOF

Amit Salesforce  Lets understand what is Polymorphic Relationships. In a polymorphic relationship, the referenced object of the relationship can be one of several different types of object for example who and what field on Task and Event Object. Who can…

How empowered are your sales and service teams?

Infosys Blogs Very recently, I got to taste 3 variants of customer service that made me wonder in these tough times too are organizations doing the needful to empower their sales and service teams to continue to deliver promises and…

Security, Plumbing, and a Sneeze

Advance Apex Photo by Mila Sviderskaya I had great fun writing my recent article “Objects, Relationships, and the Cat” in which I shared one of the things I enjoyed most about working on the Salesforce platform using a rather unconventional…