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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
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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
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
Recently I worked on projects where I had to customize the standard graph elements to create engaging experience on consumer portal. In this post I will be sharing my experience with Salesforce data visualization and charting.
Default Salesforce Charts
Before getting into the custom salesforce graphs, I want to spend a quick minute summarizing the standard Charts/Graphs that come with Salesforce. If you have worked with Salesforce charts then you probably already know that most default charts are pretty much the same as what you get with Excel and can be plugged into a Dashboard fairly easily (just like excel charts). Following are the default charts offered by Salesforce: Continue reading