Salesforce Release Summer 21

Summer Release Shines Brightly

At last something one could have predicted: it’s release notes time. I admit it, I’ve enjoyed squirrelling away for the motion of reviewing the Summer’21 Release notes, it gave me a hint of a taste of normality. Here some of the things that have caught my attention: Recently Viewed Lists gets Actions! How many times Read more about Summer Release Shines Brightly[…]

London’s Calling ’21 The Great Reassessment

Who would have said that after presenting last year in the keynote room of 800+ seats (mostly empty, yet thankfully blasting online) we would been running a fully virtual #LC21. Hats off once again to the team at Londons Calling for the conference they have put together. I can only begin to imagine the mammoth Read more about London’s Calling ’21 The Great Reassessment[…]

Improve Salesforce Development & Delivery

Last year we looked at Salesforce DevOps (Part 1 & Part 2), where, in a nutshell, the aim is to enable a fast flow of planned work into production (tens, hundreds, thousands of deploys a day), whilst having top stability, reliability and security. Easier said that done, right? As teams enhancing the Salesforce platform and Read more about Improve Salesforce Development & Delivery[…]

🔔 Salesforce Notification Builder?

Did you know you can use Salesforce Notification Builder to create custom notifications for teams, task queues, and public groups? Or even to replace standard notifications or disable what’s not needed! In all honestly Custom Notifications is something I haven’t played much with, I admit I almost missed the feature all together. You can trigger Read more about 🔔 Salesforce Notification Builder?[…]

Salesforce Anywhere

Sometimes a product is so simple that it doesn’t need shiny logos or catchy jingles; understated efficiency has a power all of its own. Salesforce Anywhere is an example of just such a straightforward offering. The clue is in the name—Salesforce Anywhere—it is literally a way for you to use Salesforce, anywhere. Hold on! We Read more about Salesforce Anywhere[…]

Salesforce C3 Formula

Looking to join the Salesforce ecosystem? Wanting to expand your circle of influence? Keen to increase value in what you do everyday? Keen to tackle cross cloud projects? Seeking to make an impact in the community? Welcome to the Salesforce world. I had an ‘aha!’ moment recently. Whichever of the above questions you’re seeking answers Read more about Salesforce C3 Formula[…]

Update All Subscriber List in Marketing Cloud

The All Subscribers list in Marketing Cloud is considered the master list of records for the Marketing Cloud Email Studio account. Every subscriber in your account appears in the All Subscribers list. Subscribers added to a subscriber list join the All Subscribers list at the same time. This also happens with the standard connector and Read more about Update All Subscriber List in Marketing Cloud[…]

Preparation for the Einstein Analytics Exam

It was only two months ago when this happened: Quite a few people have reached out asking about the preparation for the exam and guidance, hence me writing this here for accessible content. Generally So any certification I do is within context, with that I mean already having worked on the product in question for Read more about Preparation for the Einstein Analytics Exam[…]

Salesforce DevOps?! Part 2

In Part 1 we covered the basic concepts of what DevOps is. Now, these articles were inspired after finishing the book Accelerate, The Science of Lean Software and DevOps by Gene Kim, Jez Humble, and Nicole Forsgren. From the research of the State Of DevOps, they have learnt there are capabilities, as enablers, to build Read more about Salesforce DevOps?! Part 2[…]

Salesforce DevOps?! Part 1

I’ve read recently Accelerate, The Science of Lean Software and DevOps by Gene Kim, Jez Humble, and Nicole Forsgren. This book explains how DevOps emerged, to solve building secure, resilient, rapidly evolving distributed systems at scale; and which capabilities paradigm to focus on to continuously drive improvement. All research based from surveys from the State Read more about Salesforce DevOps?! Part 1[…]