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If you need help resolving a problem, you can grant login access to your account to a Salesforce administrator or a support representative. It’s one of the important feature provided by Salesforce. Sometimes when you  have  issues with salesforce support or other service or applications you have installed in your salesforce org, in order to assist you with the issue, you can grant account login access to the salesforce.com support or other Provider support whose applications you have installed in...

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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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Governor Limits in Salesforce are the runtime limits enforced by the Apex runtime engine to write scalable and efficient code. Every programming environment imposes its own sets of constructs, features, and constraints. All programs, services, and applications running on the platform run in a multi-tenant environment where their resources like memory, network, database connections are being shared with every other program on the platform. Therefore it’s very important that the platform prevents rouge, runaway applications from saturating system resources. Force.com implements a number...

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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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Let me start by saying that this hack is not mine. Somewhere along the way, I was provided with this solution when a client asked to have more than 10 fields in a Related List. Unfortunately, I cannot remember who exactly provided this solution so I cannot give credit where credit is due however I have kept it in my trusty “hack” folder and use it for very specific use cases. With Lightning now, a reality, I thought it would...

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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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To create/refresh a sandbox user should have “Modify all Permission”. Sandbox can only be created from Production. The Option is available under Data Management in Production. There is a limit of Sandbox creation, as per the Licenses available in the organization. There are 4 types of Sandboxes in Salesforce: Developer Sandbox Developer Pro Sandbox Full Copy Sandbox Partial Copy Sandbox   Developer Sandbox: It is a copy of Production but without data. It is used for developing code and testing....

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The absence of Version control system in Salesforce makes it possible to overwrite each other’s class in Salesforce org without any track and it becomes a problem as it’s impossible to recapture the overwritten classes. Version Control tracks any kind of changes in classes created by different developers and store it as a snapshot. GIT: -A software tool that controls the multiple versions of classes. -An application that keeps a record of all the changes made on a project over...

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A user license determines the baseline of features that the user can access. Every user must have exactly one user license. You assign user permissions for data access through a profile and optionally one or more permission sets. Types of Licenses:  Salesforce: This is the most popular and the most purchased license. It provides complete access to standard CRM, custom Apps, standard Apps and Force.com AppExchange apps. Salesforce Platform: This is the most popular and most purchased license. It provides...

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