Dynamic Forms And Dynamic Actions — Salesforce News Technology Stuff


Dynamic Forms And Dynamic Actions is the next step in the evolution of Lightning record pages in Lightning Experience Salesforce. While Dynamic Forms adds a step of point-and-click customization for our Lightning record pages that previously required custom coding. And gives us ability to configure record detail page fields and sections inside Lightning App Builder. Dynamic […]

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Introduction to Salesforce CMS for Community Cloud (Demo Video) — The WeinBlog


Salesforce CMS was released in 2019 and has seen a fair amount of innovation and investment since then. It can be used to create, manage, and distribute content for various destinations, including Marketing Cloud, Commerce Cloud, Community Cloud, and Heroku. Additionally, it changes how we should look at CRM object data by allow for […]

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Data view with Data Mapping Visualizer in Salesforce Marketing Cloud — #TogetherWeEvolve


 

Understand how your data is mapped inside Datorama With Datorama you can collect all of your marketing data in one single source of truth and view real time dashboards with trends, goals and insights. In short, this is a great tool to visualize the data and quickly gather insights across all channels. Data Mapping Visualizer […]

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Summer ’20 Salesforce Lightning Experience Highlights — Jenwlee’s Salesforce Blog


The list of Summer ’20 features below apply to Salesforce Lightning Experience only. There are additional Summer ’20 features available to Salesforce Classic only, Salesforce Lightning Experience and Classic, Community Enhancements, Mobile Enhancements, Other Enhancements in the Summer ’20 Release Highlights post. Note: These features are not listed in any specific order. 1.Lightning App Builder Enhancements: a. […]

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Summer ’20 Mobile Highlights — Jenwlee’s Salesforce Blog


The list of Summer ’20 features below apply to mobile enhancements. There are additional Summer ’20 features available to Salesforce Classic only, Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic, Lightning Experience only, Community Enhancements, Other Enhancements in the Summer ’20 Release Highlights post. Note: These features are not listed in any specific order. (Beta) Einstein Voice Assistant: You […]

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Summer ’20 Release Highlights — Jenwlee’s Salesforce Blog


I’ve read through the 530 Summer ‘20 release notes and summarized some of the need-to-know or cool Summer ’20 release features. Access the HTML Release Notes Access the PDF Release Notes Note: These highlights are from the Summer ’20 Release Notes published as of May 4, 2020 and are subject to change prior to the production release […]

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Design Interactive emails with Salesforce Marketing Cloud — #TogetherWeEvolve


Create engaging inbox experience with interactive content So what is an interactive email? It provides a functionality where subscribers can interact with the content inside their email. In short, it can be anything they can click on, swipe or interact with. For instance, this could be a filling out a form, submitting a review, or […]

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How to read Salesforce Metadata in SSIS using REST API (JSON Source) — ZappySys Blog


Introduction In our previous posts we saw how to read and write Salesforce Data using SSIS. In this post we will see how to read Salesforce Metadata in SSIS using JSON Source. [content_block id=2523 suppress_content_filters=”yes” slug=ssis-powerpack-prerequisites] Step-By-Step In this section you will learn how to use ZappySys JSON Source Adapter to extract data from Salesforce REST […]

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