Salesforce Corner

Silvers Sponsors for the Salesforce Education Summit

  Previously known as the Higher Ed Summit, this year the Salesforce Education Summit will be a virtual event on June 16, for which we are official International Silver Sponsors.   Why is this Summit important? Not only are K-12, higher education institutions, and community colleges in attendance but all shareable knowledge, stories, and opportunities…

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Salesforce RIO Education DF2U

Did you miss our DF2U presentation? Don’t stress! You can watch our replay featuring NYAA here: https://salesforce.vidyard.com/watch/Mq8csU7xHz6kFp9cu5TpBe   We’d also like to give a special thanks to Katie! You are amazing 🙂

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Boost User Productivity with Salesforce In-App Guidance

Salesforce In-App Guidance is a Salesforce native App built by Salesforce Labs. It’s a free tool on AppExchange available for Professional, Enterprise, Unlimited, Force.com, Developer, Performance and Essentials Salesforce editions.   The Salesforce In-App Guidance enables users to create guides and training within their org while working in Lightning Experience. You can also package prompts…

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TIP OF THE WEEK: How to redirect or perform action after force:createRecord form submit

In Salesforce Lightning platform we use different lightning events to communicate between components. One such event is force:createRecord which enables calling salesforce lightning record creation from custom lightning components/apps. This becomes handy as it saves the effort of building custom components to handle the record creation process.   In force:createRecord there isn’t a straight forward way…

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TIP OF THE WEEK: What are Salesforce Cheat Sheets?

Salesforce Cheat Sheets are concise, quick references to various Salesforce technologies – summarizing the most important aspects in a compact, searchable and printable forms. These can become handy to refer to on the go.   Salesforce 1 Developer Cheatsheet This is compiled with useful notes for building Salesforce mobile Apps, customizing them, adding Visualforce, lightning…

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What is the Salesforce Education Data Architecture (EDA) Telemetry Feature for?

In order to evolve EDA, the Telemetry functionality captures different levels of usage and user adoption.  These metrics will guide the product’s evolution.   Of course no personally identifiable information is collected thorough EDA Feature Telemetry, as the focus is on collecting information about what features are being used by organisations and what’s not in…

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Salesforce “HEDA” becomes “EDA” and What This Means For RIO Education

Salesforce has made an announcement! HEDA (Higher Education Data Architecture) will form the foundation of the Education Cloud. The resulting expansion is now known as EDA (Education Data Architecture).  This is great news for Kindergarten to High Schools and beyond. This will enhance the functionality for all Higher Education Providers.   RIO Education moves with…

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Salesforce Tips: Security and Sharing for Community

Are you using Salesforce community to collaborate with your customers? Take note of the following to ensure that your community is secured and your data privacy between customers is protected: Make sure the related profile does not have “Modify All” and “View All” object permission (the most restricted object access) Make sure users only have…

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Our Thoughts on the 2019 Salesforce World Tour

So what’s it like at the Salesforce World Tour? It’s a fast passed and energetic day in Sydney and we love it! They transform the ICC into a Salesforce wonderland. It’s astonishing how amazing they make the place look. Level 1 consisted of stalls for Salesforces’ other partners, stages for keynotes and of course the…

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Salesforce Tips: Setting Email Recipient for Flow and Process Error

Processes and Flows are great features in Salesforce. They help in solving the majority of automation requirements. However, most errors we encounter are sometimes unavoidable. When a Process/Flow fails to execute accordingly, a detailed error email is sent to the user who last modified the Process/Flow (this is the default behaviour).   Example In some…

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