The What Do We Call This Episode

Admins Podcast

This week on the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we’re happy to have Gillian Bruce back for a special show we’re calling, well, the What Do We Call This Episode. On the last Thursday of every month, Mike and Gillian will run through Salesforce content that caught their attention this month and give you some takeaways. Really,... Continue Reading →

How to Work Remotely and Still Get Things Done

Arukus Blog

Aside from the occasional day here or there, sometimes circumstances are such that we’re required to work from home for an extended period of time. If your organization uses Salesforce, you’re already set up for success since Salesforce is cloud-based. You’ll be able to work from anywhere as long as you can connect to the... Continue Reading →

Back to Basics: Process Automation Specialist

100 Days of Trailhead

This is a guest post by: Kelly Walker For this track of 100 Days of Trailhead, we focused on the basics of automating repetitive processes in Salesforce to learn more about automation in Salesforce and prepare you to tackle the Process Automation Specialist Superbadge. If you have been following this Back to Basics series, you... Continue Reading →

Automation Champion

Has it only been five years since I wrote, ‘auto-assign Permission Set to new users’?. The article was written using Flow Trigger – now, an obsolete functionality. You can read it  here. Wow! How time flies! Similarly, just two years ago, I wrote another article showing how one can assign a Permission Set to new users using Process... Continue Reading →

4 Essential Roles of an Awesome Admin

Brainiate.Show (David Giller)

If you relish the thought of being to go-to Salesforce expert, then Salesforce consultant Heather Black of Supermums. org has some fascinating thoughts on what will make you an awesome admin, and tricks and tips to get you there! The 4 Essential Roles First off, I like to think that...

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