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Macros are very powerful and interesting component of salesforce. Macros are like set of computer instructions that executes to automate some task that task can be to assign value in a field, to automatically send an email, to update any field, selecting an email template and more. All instructions that we create using macros get execute on a single click. Macros are mostly use with case feed layout basically to update case and to send quick response to user about any update of case raised by that user.
If both Outlook and Salesforce are essential to your daily work routine, you can boost your productivity by automatically syncing between the two systems.
Here I am presenting easy and simple steps to integrate your Outlook to Salesforce:
Microsoft Outlook integration with salesforce application that you install, Syncs contacts, events, and tasks, attachments between Outlook and Salesforce and view Salesforce records related to the contacts and leads in your emails and events in Outlook.
In this blog I will be sharing salesforce service cloud console- How to Enable Guide .
Salesforce service cloud console is designed to boost productivity for users in fast-paced environments.
Available in: Performance,Unlimited, and Developer Editions with the Service Cloud
Available in:PerformanceÂ andÂ DeveloperÂ Editions with the Sales Cloud
Available in:EnterpriseÂ andÂ UnlimitedÂ Editions with the Sales Cloud for an additional cost
Salesforce Implementation can be transformational for organization it can change the entire way an organization operates today to how it would work in future.
In my post here today I would try to enlist the major challenges shared by organizations who approached us for Salesforce Implementation , adopt, transform, and make changes, to the Salesforce and we turned them into happy Salesforce Organization.
A Step by Step Guide toÂ Integrate Google Maps in Salesforce.
In this blog I will be explaining how to integrate Google map in account detail page with the help of Visualforce page.
In the example below, with the help of Google map API we can add Google maps in account detail page.
To achieve this follow simple steps as below:
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Translating, Compiling Business Language to Salesforce language.
There are a lot of resources out there for people looking to get up and running on the Salesforce platform. But many organizations say they had a difficult time translating some business process, languages to a Salesforce language.
Salesforce language was uncomfortable. I did not know what a lead, contact, organization, account, etc. was….
As we get to the rescue from on client to another we have noticed the Life doesn’t end after thinking about Salesforce as a solution. Life starts for sure after you we go for Salesforce but let’s try simplify Salesforce . Continue reading
If you want to optimize your
Visualforce page styling or you want to pretty up your page, you have got options. In this blog I am covering a few ways in which you can give good look and feel to your apex applications.
Good UI development of course requires smart use style sheets. Visualforce provides you the f
ollowing 3 types of stylesheets: Continue reading
Survey tools provide easy and cost effective ways of collecting information from a large number of individuals. Instead of collecting data on a Salesforce portal, you can integrate your survey tool with Salesforce and insert data onto a custom or standard Salesforce object. In this article I will give you pointers on how to insert data from Survey Gizmo (www.surveygizmo.com) into salesforce objects. Obviously you can do the same with other survey tools too (as long as APIs are exposed).
There are 3 basic steps to complete this integration:
1.Â Â Â Â Â Â Create a survey/form in SurveyGizmo.
2.Â Â Â Â Â Create APEX page which will callÂ SurveyGizmoÂ API.
3a.Â Â Â Insert all data from API to SFDC objects.
3b.Â Â Apply check to not insert duplicate data in SFDC data.
In this blog I will be explaining how to build a map of list dynamically through a loop which is commonly used in Apex programming (force.com development). For example
Map<id,<list<Contact>> accIdContactsmap = new Map<id,<list<Contact>>();
Before getting into the details, letâ€™s reviews the definitions of â€˜Mapâ€™ and Â â€˜Listâ€™. Continue reading