Carving up an Org this Winter!

What is carving up an Org near you, well it looks a lot like Astro is hitting the pre-release slops on his board unless you’ve banished him! Each release seems to come around quicker and quicker these days, here the UK is still officially on its Summer holidays, but I could not resist the temptation Read more about Carving up an Org this Winter![…]

Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 3

Well, we know two things to be true: we promised more on the Salesforce CLI, and we promised to stay true to our name and publish content weekly – so here I am bringing you yet more Salesforce CLI! This time we are going to dive into the sfdx force:apex command and explore these capabilities in more Read more about Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 3[…]

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Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 2

Ready to continue our journey into the world of Salesforce CLI? If you can write Salesforce formulas and build complex flows you can handle this …but most importantly you can use this to manage your orgs way more efficiently and quickly once you leave the UI behind. Missed Part 1 of this series? Well here Read more about Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 2[…]

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Getting Started with the Salesforce Command Line

Every day is a command line day for me these days, and it’s incredibly fun, addictive and easier than you think. In the now infamous words of Mr Peter Chittum: “Do Not Fear the Command Line” Of course, I am talking a bit more than just Command Lines in general here – I am talking Read more about Getting Started with the Salesforce Command Line[…]

Mike’s Prediction Builder: Will Salesforce be Slacking Off at Dreamforce?

Ok, hands up – who thought I was slacking off on the blog front? Well I’m back! It looks like we accidentally created a Dreamforce mini-series here at Salesforce Weekly, when Chris kicked us off with “How to do Dreamforce Remotely”, followed up by Ines with “Get Involved and Speak” to coincide with the Dreamforce Read more about Mike’s Prediction Builder: Will Salesforce be Slacking Off at Dreamforce?[…]

Bright Ideas: May 2018

I’ve got a great idea! Well, technically Andrew Fawcett does. Over the years he has had countless ideas, and recently he and some other people had the (frankly fantastic) idea that he would be really good working at Salesforce. I’ve been “tailing” him ever since he jumped ship… So what’s he up to? Well, this Read more about Bright Ideas: May 2018[…]

Summer can’t come soon enough!

Well, it’s the last day of the UK school holidays before the Summer term starts, and to be honest Summer can’t come soon enough. And childcare is not the only reason I am saying this. Because it’s time to be incredibly sneaky and fire up my old Spring ’18 org… except it’s not Spring anymore, Read more about Summer can’t come soon enough![…]

A Tale of Two Cities

Once upon a time, at the centre of the universe was a city called London. This was the hub of activity for all things Salesforce… It started with developers coming together once a month and soon we had all different types of groups covering bases like Admins and Women in tech. Slowly but surely people Read more about A Tale of Two Cities[…]

How To: Create Roll Up Summaries using Flow [Video]

We’ve gone back through our archive this week, returning to a post which still today proves amazingly popular, often topping our weekly page views stats. Here’s a new video version of “How to Create Rollup Summaries Using Flow”! Of course, we have upgraded to Lightning for this new video – just please forgive the few Read more about How To: Create Roll Up Summaries using Flow [Video][…]

Release In Action: Spring ’18 [Video]

We wave goodbye to another successful set of Release Readiness Webinars with the Trailblazer Community team. This time we added a couple of new twists – the first twist opens the door to our new Salesforce Weekly writer, as the wonderful Ines steps into Chris’s shoes for the first time, adding her unique touch and Read more about Release In Action: Spring ’18 [Video][…]