Salesforce Events

Cactusforce 2020 – “Work Smart, Not Hard. Automate and Forget Repetitive User Maintenance Activities.”

 Cactusforce is a community-led conference by and for Salesforce Developers and Architects. It took place January 17-18 in Phoenix, AZ. This year, they added a Configurator track, where I presented “Work Smart, Not Hard. Automate and Forget Repetitive User Maintenance Activities.” Work Smart, Not Hard. Automate and Forget Repetitive User Maintenance Activities. – Jennifer Lee… Continue reading Cactusforce 2020 – “Work Smart, Not Hard. Automate and Forget Repetitive User Maintenance Activities.”

Salesforce Events

January 10th Automation Hour: ‘Work Smart, Not Hard. Build Modularized/Componentized Flows’ – RECORDING

Happy New Year! Hope you were able to take time off during the holidays to be with family, friends and to rejuvenate and re-energize for 2020. “I want to build the same thing over and over.” or “I want to maintain the same thing multiple times.” says no one EVER. Start off the new year… Continue reading January 10th Automation Hour: ‘Work Smart, Not Hard. Build Modularized/Componentized Flows’ – RECORDING

How To · Salesforce Release

Update Multiple Contacts Associated to a Task

This blog post is in response to an inquiry from Ryan Scheibert. Thank you, Ryan. Activities are different beast in Salesforce. There is the Task and Event object. Then, there is a junction object called Task Relation or Event Relation, respectively, which holds the primary contact on the task or event and all the other… Continue reading Update Multiple Contacts Associated to a Task

Dreamforce

My Dreamforce ’19 Sessions

I’m honored to present at Dreamforce for a 4th consecutive year. I love knowledge sharing with the Salesforce ecosystem. I was a featured Trailblazer in the Lightning Keynote, delivered “3 Ways You Can Build Apps on the Lightning Platform” and lastly, did a theater panel “Trailblazing Release Time: How to Navigate and Succeed with Releases”… Continue reading My Dreamforce ’19 Sessions

Certification

How I Studied for the Sales Cloud Consultant Certification Exam

This post covers how I studied for the Sales Cloud Consultant beta exam and the resources I used to become a certified Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant on August 23, 2019. What is a beta exam, you ask? The Sales Cloud Consultant exam has been around for a while. Occasionally, Salesforce will offer certifications in a… Continue reading How I Studied for the Sales Cloud Consultant Certification Exam

How To

Look It Up in a Flow Screen

(Note: This blog posts only covers how you configure a lookup component for use in a screen flow and how to reference the lookup value selected by the user, and not all the steps to complete the flow.) With Winter ’20, Salesforce introduced a standard lookup component for use in a screen flow. Now, you can… Continue reading Look It Up in a Flow Screen

How To

Using Dependent Picklists in Screen Flows

(Note: This blog posts only covers how you configure a dependent picklist for use in a screen flow and how to reference the picklist values selected by the user, and not all the steps to complete the flow.) With Winter ’20, Salesforce introduced a standard dependent picklist component for use in a screen flow. Now, depending… Continue reading Using Dependent Picklists in Screen Flows