Winter ’20: My Favourite Feature for Salesforce Community

So finally Salesforce is here with new release and some amazing new features. And as usual, I am starting my series of posts on some of my favorite features from Winter '20 release. To start with, let's talk about what's there new for Salesforce Community. Use Updated Templates To take advantage of the latest features … Continue reading Winter ’20: My Favourite Feature for Salesforce Community

Guide Your Users Using In-App Guidance (Beta) – Docked Prompt

In my previous blog, I spoke about adding a Floating Prompt as a In-App Guidance. Let's recap the use cases that we are trying to solve uing In-App Guidance. To guide the users on how to create a new Case on Case Record List page. (We have solved this in my previous blog.)Show a message … Continue reading Guide Your Users Using In-App Guidance (Beta) – Docked Prompt

Guide Your Users Using In-App Guidance (Beta) – Floating Prompt

I am sure everyone would have encountered this situation where you need some sort of message to pop-up on screen which will guide the user on what needs to be done on a perticular screen. I have even seen scenarios where we have custom build such screens. Well Salesforce has given a solution to this … Continue reading Guide Your Users Using In-App Guidance (Beta) – Floating Prompt

Summer ’19 – My Favourite Features for Lightning Experience

Continoution to my previous blog. Now let's see my favourite release features for Lightning Experience Guide Your Users using In-App Guidance With In-App Guidance, you can create in-app guidance or prompt with your own content. Add prompts to onboard and train users, highlight configuration changes and news, introduce new features, and do more. Also, you … Continue reading Summer ’19 – My Favourite Features for Lightning Experience

Summer ’19 – My Favourite Features for Lightning Platform

Continoution to my previous blog. Today, I am going to talk about my favourite features for Lightning Platform. More Container Support for Lightning Web Component While creating custom Lightning Web Components (LWC), now you can implement them in more places like Visualforce, Lightning Out, Stand-alone apps. Also, you can use them during email integrations using … Continue reading Summer ’19 – My Favourite Features for Lightning Platform

Summer ’19 – My Favourite Features for Salesforce Community

Summer '19 is already live for preview and today I am sharing some of my favourite features for Salesforce Community. Here we go. ExperienceBundle (Developer Preview) Salesforce has introduced a new metadatatype called ExperienceBundle in this release. Currently available only in Developer Orgs, all community builder settings and site components (pages, branding set, and themes) … Continue reading Summer ’19 – My Favourite Features for Salesforce Community

My Favorite Spring ’19 Features for Lightning Experience

Hello folks, I AM BACK!!! Hope you all are doing good. I am here to talk about some of my favorite features that have been released as part of Spring '19 upgrade in Salesforce. You can get access to other features by clicking here. So let's get started!!! Pin Your Default List View In my … Continue reading My Favorite Spring ’19 Features for Lightning Experience

Adding Lightning Components to Public Sites using Lightning Out!!!

Hello Folks!!! You may all be aware of this super feature called Lightning Out, using which you can literally show a Lightning Component anywhere. So why not use it on public sites then. Let's see how it works!!! Before starting the exercise,  below are the prerequisites for you: You already know how to create Lightning … Continue reading Adding Lightning Components to Public Sites using Lightning Out!!!

How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? – Part 1

Hello everyone, It's been a while I have blogged. For past couple of months, I  was on a transition of moving to a new role in a new organization. Now that I finally found some time, I thought of taking this opportunity to share something. Also, I got charged again after hearing that Feedspot, an online blog … Continue reading How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? – Part 1