A lot of time is spent trying to figure out the way to solve the sales versus marketing divide – it’s a big ol’ problem in many organizations (here’s one of the best infographics on it, GOT-style). Salesforce, though, is a place where the two can come together, learn a lot from each other’s data, READ MORE
Month: May 2019
6 Bright Spots of Permageddon
956UTC May 17,2019 – a date & time that will go down in Salesforce infamy. I don’t want to be presumptive and say that 956UTC is a larger outage than NA14, but having witnessed both, I can say I do not recall NA14 getting a super dark (and cool) codename like Permageddon. From an Admin, READ MORE
The Power of a Network
We regularly hear discussions about networking and its importance in the professional world; I think this can be especially true in the Ohana where people are so willing to connect, support, and grow together. Even with so many amazing people in our ecosystem, unfortunately many still think of networking as ‘a what can I get READ MORE
Custom Permissions: Stop Hardcoding User Attributes!
Hardcoding (directly writing a value or attribute into code, formulas, validation rules, automation, etc) comes in several forms and while many have covered avoiding hardcoding IDs (my favorite being this post by Jen Lee), I’ve seen very little written regarding the hardcoding of Profile and User parameters. Hardcoding values like $Profile.Name, ‘$User.Department’, $User.email and others, READ MORE