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Google has released the most recent version of its mobile OS, Android 10, but what’s new? It is coming with it a lot of awesome changes and new features to how the mobile OS works. Google has fundamentally changed more about the Android experience — even modifying the name of this new OS. In spite of previously giving each Android release a dessert-themed name, this year for the first time in Android history, it doesn’t have a delicious dessert name...

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Apple launched iOS 13 last week and has just updated to iOS 13.1. iOS 13.1 came only a few days after the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max release. You all have been utilizing the beta version of the updated software since it ended up accessible in June at WWDC, giving us a reasonable picture of how the new OS updates will function?  This iOS 13 will come pre-installed on Apple’s new iPhone 11 line-up and...

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Salesforce certificates and key pairs are used for signatures that verify a request is coming from your organization. They are used for authenticated SSL communications with an external web site, or when using your organization as an Identity Provider. You only need to generate a Salesforce certificate and key pair if you’re working with an external website that wants verification that a request is coming from a Salesforce organization. You can export all your certificates and private keys into a...

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Two years ago Salesforce introduced Lightning, a component-based framework for application development and a reimagined user experience (UX). It was (and still is) one of Salesforce’s biggest initiatives. Lightning redefines what modern CRM can be. Intuitive, easy to use, and packed full of 700+ new features, such as workspaces, kanban boards and completely revamped reports and dashboards, all focused on increasing productivity. And the best thing about Lightning is Trailblazers — developers, admins and business users — who are now...

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Please welcome Google to the Ohana” These were the words that marked the start of the partnership between Salesforce and Google, announced by Benioff at the Dreamforce main Keynote last week. This newly-formed relationship between the two is strategic in a number of technology and market ways, particularly to strengthen themselves against Microsoft and other SaaS behemoths. Many have voiced that this could signal a future acquisition of Salesforce by Google. This would not be the first time such an...

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Dreamforce is an annual user conference hosted by Salesforce.com in downtown San Francisco, bringing together thought leaders, industry pioneers and thousands of IT professionals. Members of Salesforce’s customer base attend the conference to hear keynote addresses, learn about new products, attend training sessions, network with peers and earn certifications. At Dreamforce, you’ll gain insights and inspiration from the world’s foremost visionaries and industry experts. You’ll expand your knowledge, learn new skills, see things from new perspectives, and make connections with...

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Every day, Salesforce Admins are tasked with managing a multitude of projects. And when they’re not managing projects, they’re collaborating on them with other teams. Meet Quip: Salesforce’s Collaboration Platform. Quip is a tool that has documents, spreadsheets, tasks, and app integrations all in one place. Teams can create, discuss, and get better work done faster than ever before — from any device — because Quip combines work and communication in a new way.   Why (and how) to use...

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So Salesforce Winter ‘18 release is packed house of awesomeness.There are some great Lightning Features that one would not want to miss out definitely. We are taking productivity to a whole new level with features like mass inline edits in List Views, Related List Quick Links, Dynamic Lightning Pages, and Calendar Sharing. Features Your Users Will Love: Lightning Experience gets a splash of color: Based on user experience and feedbacks Salesforce has improved information density, legibility, contrast, and added a...

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Heroku is a cloud platform as a service(PaaS) that let companies build, deliver, monitor and scale apps — we’re the fastest way to go from idea to URL, bypassing all those infrastructure headaches. Heroku supporting several programming languages that are used as a web application deployment model. Heroku, one of the first cloud platforms has been in development since June 2007, when it supported only the ruby programming language, but now it supports Java, Python, Node.js, Scala, PHP and GO. For this reason, Heroku is said...

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No need to futz with filters! Pass URL parameters to set filter values in Lightning Experience reports. When linking to reports or when bookmarking a report, add filter value parameters to the URL to customize how the report filters when opened. For example, bookmark your opportunities report and add a filter value parameter to specify whether you see New Business or Existing Business. This feature is new in Lightning Experience. Lightning View: Periodically throughout your day you check your opportunities report, and after...

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