At Dreamforce 2018, Salesforce announced the Lightning Object Creator: a new Platform tool that admins can use to quickly create Objects (with populated data!) from spreadsheets. Since August 7, 2019, the Lightning Object Creator is Generally Available in Lightning Experience. In this blog, I will have a first look at...
- Secure Apex Access Modifiers for Summer ’21 Security Update 8 June 2021 Philippe Ozil
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- Learn MOAR with Summer ’21: LWC Quick Actions 21 May 2021 Stephan Chandler-Garcia
Congrats @jenwlee !
We are thrilled to welcome @jenwlee to the #AwesomeAdmin team! You probably know Jen as a @salesforce MVP, Trailhead enthusiast, and one of the hosts of #AutomationHour, and now she’s joining us as an Admin Evangelist. Give her a warm welcome! 👋
OK, I’m pleased as punch to announce..
📣 Expanded 2nd Edition: #BetterEstimates tiny ebook its officially released
Grab it for free 👉 http://tiny.cc/betterestimates
As it got a bit of traction since last year, a product can only get better. #agile #estimates #forecast #sharingiscaring
Far out @PhilippeOzil! I will mark this in my calendar as day where @salesforce started to contribute heavily to @pmd_analyzer 🙃. Thank you for that helpful rule. Will be released soon. https://twitter.com/PhilippeOzil/status/1402312680761970689
This 👇 and stay tuned for the next release of @pmd_analyzer as I've contributed an Apex rule that helps you detect offending code. https://twitter.com/SalesforceDevs/status/1402310707446620164
Diagrams are an essential tool used to communicate a vision and align teams. Learn how to make stronger diagrams with a new approach that helps your audience focus on the purpose of your diagram with right level of detail. ⬇️ https://medium.com/salesforce-architects/introducing-salesforce-diagrams-a8fa7bc4a3e?sk=f5bd7225b49cbf32b9e4e910af9af1f3