Author Archives: Nana

About Nana

Mom. Wife. Salesforce Administrator/Developer. Employee. Volunteer. Friend. Artist. Craftswoman. Passionate about my kids and their future! I am a Salesforce MVP. For more information on the Salesforce MVP community, visit: . Salesforce, Force,, Chatter, and others are trademarks of, inc. and are used here with permission.

Lightning Powers Activated!

If you’ve been reading my blog posts you know about my journey launching Salesforce Lightning in our org. Initially I was pretty resistant to switching. I knew it was going to be a lot of work. I was overwhelmed by … Continue reading

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Embrace & Reward Passion: Change the World

Passion:  intense, driving, or overmastering feeling or conviction A person can have a passion for many different things; passion for the work they do, passion for a calling, passion for a person or persons. Embracing those passions means pouring your … Continue reading

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What If Lightning Won’t Strike? (I’m looking at you IE11)

So if you are rolling out Lightning, you probably know by now that using Lightning with IE11 is unsupported. This Knowledge Article explains the change and this Help Doc tells you about the supported browsers. If you read into the … Continue reading

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Skin in the Game

So as we’ve been telling our story about our Lightning implementation, it has become apparent that we aren’t alone in initially being scared of what seemed like a daunting task to move to Lightning. Looking back on our prep, development … Continue reading

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Getting Comfy With Lightning

“I’ll be honest, at first, working in Lightning was painful…I didn’t know where anything was. I didn’t understand fully how to manage object Lightning Pages and how to apply them to Apps and Profiles and Record Types. It felt like … Continue reading

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