Moving to Lightning, has taught me a few things as an admin/dev, and it is time to share! So here are some musings/lessons/thoughts about rolling out Salesforce Lightning...
The first release of 2019 is almost here… Yes, I typed that right, 2019! I was sitting in a meeting today, and we were planning the roadmap out to 2021. It’s crazy to think… But as the seasons change, we hit the start of the
Time marches on and 2018 continues hurtling towards summer (or winter for the southern half of the planet). But it is that time of year again where we get to investigate and plan for the Summer ’18 release from Salesforce, which is due to
For many businesses, now is the time to move to Salesforce Lightning. But moving to Lightning can feel like a daunting task. Where should you start? How to you make sure you don’t disrupt the business? So in this first post, we will
Spring ’18 release brings with it a swag of new features. But it also brings with it a big makeover for reports and dashboards. In this post we are going to take a deep dive into reports and dashboards in Spring ’18, and see what
Wait, what?! Wasn’t it just Dreamforce last month? Oh no, that was two months ago now! And hold up, doesn’t it feel like winter has really only just started? (I’m looking at you, US of A & Canada, and your freezing
It is the holiday season, and it is a time for being with family and friends. It is also a time to celebrate the year that was, along with planning for the year that is to come. Can you believe it, it is now 2018…. And with a new year,