Dreamforce 18: Remote Debrief

Well the excitement and the fever of another Dreamforce is now behind us, it’s time to reflect and digest some of the highlights from a remote perspective. Chris mentioned thst all of us would be absent from this years Dreamforce, and provided us with some tips – here it is again.. How To Do Dreamforce Remotely Read more about Dreamforce 18: Remote Debrief[…]

What’s next for the Idea Exchange?

After we posted the latest article in our Bright Ideas series, our favourite reader (OK, I’ll admit it, our only reader) got in touch with us with a helpful message. Their message was that while the Bright Ideas posts are a shining beacon of excellence atop this colossus of a blog, which is in turn Read more about What’s next for the Idea Exchange?[…]

Getting started with Salesforce DX & CLI

Did you think we were done with the CLI? Well, there is plenty more to come and learn. This time we start combining what we have been learning in the command line (CLI) with VScode and Scratch Orgs Here is the summary of what you will learn: Quick Recap on the series to date Key Read more about Getting started with Salesforce DX & CLI[…]

Bright Ideas: October 2018

Hello, hello. Welcome to another blog in our Bright Ideas series, where we shine a light on a Salesforce community idea which we think deserves your vote. And for this idea, we’ve got something Lightning-y for you… Hey, what’s the big idea? What do we want? The ability to preview different page layouts when editing Read more about Bright Ideas: October 2018[…]

Get Ready for Guided Success

Let’s start this one off with a massive congratulations to Ines on her wedding and wish her well as she heads off on honeymoon for the next month leaving blogging duties in our capable hands. [Sure you don’t mean ‘culpable’? – Ed.] Let’s continue… This week I’ve been continuing my journey back into the low-code Read more about Get Ready for Guided Success[…]

Fact Check: Dreamforce 2018 Keynote

This week is the first of a six-week stretch when we (and you) have to do without Ines and her thought-provoking musings. (Boo, hiss, how dare she get married, etc.) So that means that for the next six weeks, not only do you have to put up with Mike and me, but also that Mike Read more about Fact Check: Dreamforce 2018 Keynote[…]

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][…]

Time for Winter Wonders

With this being the temperature outside in London, and the lack of precipitation, it is difficult to think about winter. Yet the Salesforce Winter ’19 production release is just around the corner! I was preparing my take on what Chris kicked off earlier this year – the “Salesforce Weekly Bright Ideas” series – when then Read more about Time for Winter Wonders[…]

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![…]

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[…]