The problem GDPR + users that don't check contact preferences, does not a happy prospect make (and could have some pretty serious consequences). Salesforce natively provide us with the standard fields 'Do Not Call' and 'Email Opt Out' but if your org is anything like mine, these fields tend to end up at the bottom … Continue reading Contact preferences your users can’t ignore!
The problem When a customer gets in touch with an issue, the first thing your service department do is view the account record to check the SLA. The SLA information is right down the bottom of the page so users are asking for a quicker way to identify VIP customers, in this case, those with … Continue reading Highlight your VIP customers based on SLA
The problem Recently, there has been a lot of interest in Salesforce from your senior management team. This is great news; executive buy-in can be a fantastic catalyst for increased user activity and adoption! The downside is they've also realised the power of having data at their fingertips and they want to record lots more … Continue reading Tabs, glorious tabs!
I've got a real passion for creating the best user interface possible using declarative methods. I'm also a big fan of highlighting little know functionality, so I combined these two topics to create a session titled "Use lightning quick actions to create powerful page layouts your users will love". I was lucky enough to be … Continue reading Use lightning quick actions to create powerful page layouts your users will love!
Last week I answered a question on the community about automatic opportunity creation upon lead convert, more specifically, how to avoid the creation of opportunities on lead convert. The solution was simple (more on that in a minute) but it got me thinking, how many more users missed the memo about enhancements to lead conversion … Continue reading Time saving tips: Did you miss the memo about streamlining lead conversion without opportunities?