How To: Audit Record Views in Salesforce [Credit: Machine Readable People]

Let me start this post with a huge, bold-fonted, shout-it-from-the-rooftops disclaimer so that there can be no doubt about the true brains behind this week’s How To… THIS IS ALL THE WORK OF SOMEONE ELSE AND IF YOU WANT TO THANK ANYONE FOR IT THEN YOU SHOULD THANK THEM AND NOT ME, AND I GET NO Read more about How To: Audit Record Views in Salesforce [Credit: Machine Readable People][…]

Three (and a half) things we learned this week

As I was planning what to write about in this week’s blog, it struck me that there were a number of updates floating around the Salesforce world (well, my small part of it) that could be classified as ‘pretty interesting’, but that maybe didn’t warrant a whole post on their own. So instead, let’s throw Read more about Three (and a half) things we learned this week[…]

Get Comfy with the Winter ’19 Pre-Release

Sometimes the best news comes without a fanfare. Now it’s official that the entire Salesforce Weekly team will be absent from Dreamforce – but don’t worry, we can still do it remotely – we were looking for something to cheer us up and distract us from the mountains of work we currently find ourselves under. Read more about Get Comfy with the Winter ’19 Pre-Release[…]

Learning Latin with Summer ’18

I bet you never thought that a Salesforce release would help you brush up on your Latin skills. But, with just a light sprinkling of creative licence, I hope to set out to prove that to be the case today. Let’s give you a bit of context. If you’re a proud holder of any Salesforce Read more about Learning Latin with Summer ’18[…]

Welcome Mats Outstaying their Welcome?

As you hopefully know by now, we here at Salesforce Weekly are big fans of Lightning. When we’re not busy working in Lightning during our day jobs, we like to share the love and the knowledge by delivering presentations like DF17’s Make the Jump to Lightning …And Get It Right First Time. But hopefully one Read more about Welcome Mats Outstaying their Welcome?[…]

Make the Jump from JavaScript

Have you made the jump to Lightning yet? No, seriously, have you? It can sometimes be tough to separate the Salesforce spin from the cold, hard reality of what’s going on in real-world orgs – so it’s hard for us to have a true idea of how many of our readers will have made the Read more about Make the Jump from JavaScript[…]

How to Do Dreamforce Remotely

The biggest event on the Salesforce calendar – Dreamforce – is now only four months away. Registration isn’t officially open yet, but you can get yourself booked in right now if you know where to look. Let’s just say that Salesforce left the registration site’s back door open, or at least left a note on Read more about How to Do Dreamforce Remotely[…]

Release In Action: Summer ’18 [Video]

A few weeks back, Mike told you that – for him – Summer couldn’t come soon enough. Well, luckily for him and for you, the wait is almost over. So as both the season and its associated Summer ’18 release approach, it’s time for our traditional Salesforce Weekly video post exploring just a few of Read more about Release In Action: Summer ’18 [Video][…]

5 Things We Learned from the Lightning Product Managers AMA

Do you even Reddit, bro (or sis)? OK, gang. This week it’s once more my turn to write our weekly blog. Unlucky you! And this is the week I travel to Barcelona for the DreamOlé conference, meaning I was half-tempted to take us a little off-track and turn this week’s post into a ‘thrilling’ account Read more about 5 Things We Learned from the Lightning Product Managers AMA[…]

I’d like to thank the academy, my parents, and YOU!

Content warning: this blog contains self-congratulation (as well as genuine gratitude) It’s been a busy week here at Salesforce Weekly Towers. You might have guessed that by the fact that this week’s blog is reaching you on a Friday. Both Mike and Ines have had crazy weeks with work, and as for my week, well Read more about I’d like to thank the academy, my parents, and YOU![…]