Big Idea or Enduring Question: How can we develop declarative functionality to add or remove followers from a record? In Salesforce, a user can follow Chatter groups or Records. Salesforce provides out-of-the-box functionality so that Chatter group managers can also add/remove people from the group. To manage a record’s followers/subscribers,
In last article Orders Management in Salesforce – Part 1 I have gone through the way to Enable, Create and Activate Order. In this article I will be going through Deactivate, Delete and Reduction Order, Reports concepts. Deactivate Orders To activate or deactivate orders it’s required “Activate Orders”user permission in the
An order is a contract between a company and a customer to provide services or deliver products with a known quantity, price and date. You can use orders to automate your organization’s post-deal process. After Spring’14, Orders are now generally available. You can use Orders to customize your order management
Salesforce allows us to upload various types of Documents. You can upload these documents as an Attachment or in the Document’s section. Salesforce offers File storage for each edition. It includes files in attachments, Document‘s tab, File‘s tab, File field, Salesforce CRM Content, Chatter (including user photos), and Site.com assets.
If you have multiple developer accounts or you are managing different Sandboxes, so you have to remember all the usernames. This is a headache to remember all username, at least for me. In Spring’14 release, Salesforce introduces a new feature multiple username login hints. This feature extends the existing caching
Now it is possible to add code samples to posts when the rich text editor is enabled in Chatter Answers and Ideas, and the code will display in the proper format. Enable Rich Text Editor for Chatter Answers To configure it for ideas, follow the below steps in Salesforce Classic:
In Salesforce Queue and Public Group represent group of users. We can add any number of users to Queue or public group. There is no limitation on the number of members per Public Group. Now start with a business requirement. Business Use case Martin Jones is a System Administrator at Gurukul on