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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[…]

The Future of Communities

Recently I’ve mentioned the opportunity I had to join the Product Roadmap Tour’s London Event, an initiative where Salesforce brings customers together to discuss the vision and direction of their products. Well this gets better, as I’ve been asked to be part of the Salesforce Communities Customer Advisory Board. Late last week we had a session Read more about The Future of Communities[…]

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![…]

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![…]

A Hidden Gem To Trigger Alerts

It wasn’t long ago that I mentioned spending quite a bit of time every day in the ‘Answers’ section of the Trailblazer Community. It really is a great place to get quick help, and to give back of course! It made a huge difference in my early Salesforce’cy’ days. My teamy Chris promotes many other benefits for Read more about A Hidden Gem To Trigger Alerts[…]

Looking for a date? Salesforce can help

For this week’s post, I wanted to get back into our favourite How To category and come up with something that will be of practical use to you all. So my topic this week is dating. Because dating is something we all do, isn’t it? Whether we’re old or young, rich or poor, married or Read more about Looking for a date? Salesforce can help[…]

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[…]

Grab your Blazer, it’s time to hit the Trail

It’s back to reality for me this week, after being invited over to Granada for a megamix community group meetup, where I had the opportunity to present a digest and some thoughts and demos on Pardot and Social Studio. It was really great to have the opportunity to meet some of the members of the Read more about Grab your Blazer, it’s time to hit the Trail[…]

Bright Ideas: February 2018

I’ve got a great idea… A great idea about great ideas! Why don’t we kick off an occasional series in which we shine a light on the most interesting, the most under-appreciated, the most damn-well VOTE-WORTHY ideas floating round the Idea Exchange? Now there’s an idea… Introducing… Salesforce Weekly Bright Ideas! And here’s a good Read more about Bright Ideas: February 2018[…]