5 Tips for Every Deployment

After a kickoff call for a new project the other day, I asked the person working with me to go ahead and set up the Deployment Dictionary. ‘Deployment Dictionary?’ was the response.  Me: ‘Yeah, you know, a deployment dictionary?’ Co-Worker: ‘Uhm, nope, whats that?’ The same week I had another conversation with a community member regarding READ MORE

Lightning Layout Tricks: User Toggles for Detail Fields

Over the last year I’ve been toying with Lightning Page designer & components to identify ways to deliver some creative end user experiences.   I previously shared how to use Conditional Record Detail Components, create Record Detail Tabs, and use Page Layouts for Mobile/Classic/Create; this latest post is a continuation of the series.  I follow Jen Lee’s blog pretty closely READ MORE

Lightning Layout Tricks: Unique Mobile & Create Layouts

Over the last year I’ve been toying with Lightning Page designer & components to identify ways to deliver some creative end user experiences.   I previously shared how to create Record Detail Tabs, use Conditional Record Detail Components, and to create a Demo Controller.   Giving Credit: This latest post comes after a few conversations with Michelle Hansen.  She spent READ MORE

Lightning Layout Tricks: Live Demo Controller

Over the last year I’ve been toying with Lightning Page designer & components to identify ways to deliver some creative end user experiences.   I previously shared how to use Conditional Record Detail Components, create Record Detail Tabs, Use Page Layouts for Mobile/Classic/Create only, and this latest post is a continuation of the series.  Demo Controller Use READ MORE

Admin like a Consultant

It’s been six months since I made the leap from admin to consultant. Though I’ve been absent from the Accidental Admins, I haven’t forgotten my admin roots.  I often long for the days when I had a closer connection to my users, better familiarity with the business, and saw the longer-term impact of my changes. READ MORE

The Everyday Function: Got Milk?

This recurring series, ‘The Everyday Function’ brings Salesforce down from the cloud and into everyday life. You are working on a new Process Builder and when testing your creation, red text flies & the flow interview error email arrives in your inbox with the message ‘ The flow failed to access the value for Some Value READ MORE