Spoiler alert: we're heading back to Classic to mass move reports and dashboards using drag and drop functionality. Do I really want to be encouraging you back to Classic as an advocate and champion for Lightning?! Not really, but needs must. Last week I needed to move some reports and dashboards fast and I'd forgotten … Continue reading How Admins Can Mass Move Reports and Dashboards
I went to subscribe to a report this week and couldn't; I'd reached the maximum limit for report subscriptions! How, I asked myself, was this possible? I hardly ever subscribe to reports...I can't have reached the limit (which is 5 FYI). First things first, how do you find out which reports you are subscribed to? … Continue reading Why you MUST make users subscribe to reports for themselves and stop subscribing on their behalf.
The Everyday Admin is pleased to present a joint effort from Paul Ginsberg and Chris Emmett on how you can declutter your inbox and gain control over your Trailblazer Community emails! Without further ado, on to the main event... The Problem: This week we are stepping away from the trendy kids, to talk about email. It’s … Continue reading Trailblazer Community Emails: Declutter & Take Back Control!
A few weeks ago I realised it was time to hide the Classic report builder. For what I need in my current role, I can happily use the Lightning report builder and not feel that I'm missing any functionality. If I don't need the Classic report builder anymore then my users definitely don't! You might … Continue reading It’s time to start letting go…how to hide the Classic report builder
Last week we looked at how you can identify unused reports....now that we've found them, what shall we do with them?! I'm going to show you how to mass delete them, but first, let's talk a bit about what you should do before wielding your mighty Admin powers. Users tend to get a bit upset … Continue reading Time saving tips: You can mass delete those unused reports…
The problem: "Can't see the wood for the trees". That's a favourite saying of mine. Reports in Salesforce are a great example of this; how often have you looked for a specific report but there were so many you couldn't find it? I'm sure you're a lovely Admin and you've trained your users to create … Continue reading Identify unused reports by creating a ‘report on reports’
What is a dynamic dashboard? When you create a dashboard, you can set it to 'run as logged-in user'; this means it's a dynamic dashboard. When a dashboard runs as the logged-in user, it will display only the records that user has access to. In Classic you will see this option: In Lightning, this option … Continue reading Help! I’ve run out of dynamic dashboards…